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Can I change my setup according to the configuration

I'm sure this must be really simple but I can't find it. I have a
setup/deployment project and I want to include a particular program (ie. a
primary output) in the debug configuration but not in the release
configuration. Can anyone tell me how to do it.
--
Dave
Jan 26 '06 #1
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When you add the Primary Output on the File System View, it opens up a
dialog asking you to select the Project wich you want to include. In
that dialog there is a drop down box labelled "Configuration:".

This drop down box by default is (Active) which means whatever
configuration specified add this output. Change that to "Debug" and it
will include the project output only in the Debug configuration builds
of the setup project.

Hope this helps...
- Ritesh

Jan 26 '06 #2
Thanks Ritesh, but I'm afraid that doesn't work. All it appears to do is put
the debug version of the project into the release version of the
installation. I have set the configuration options so that no release version
of the project is built, but the program is still installed when I run the
installer.
--
Dave
"NuTcAsE" wrote:
When you add the Primary Output on the File System View, it opens up a
dialog asking you to select the Project wich you want to include. In
that dialog there is a drop down box labelled "Configuration:".

This drop down box by default is (Active) which means whatever
configuration specified add this output. Change that to "Debug" and it
will include the project output only in the Debug configuration builds
of the setup project.

Hope this helps...
- Ritesh

Jan 28 '06 #3

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