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In every time I pressing Ctrl + Shift + B, Visual Studio Compiles The solution

why In every time I pressing Ctrl + Shift + B, Visual Studio Compiles
The solution?
I Did not changed a thing in the Code.

It was Ok 2 days a Go...
and After getting Latest Version from the source safe The .. it compile
everything each Time
I press Ctrl Shift B

Oct 17 '06 #1
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Hi,

yo*****@gmail.com wrote:
why In every time I pressing Ctrl + Shift + B, Visual Studio Compiles
The solution?
I Did not changed a thing in the Code.

It was Ok 2 days a Go...
and After getting Latest Version from the source safe The .. it compile
everything each Time
I press Ctrl Shift B
This is a setting in Visual Studio, nothing to do with your code.

To change it, use the menu "Tools|Customize|Keyboard", then choose the
command "Build.BuildSolution" and modify the shortcut as you like.

HTH,
Laurent
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Oct 17 '06 #2
No
I have The ShortCut
The Problem is it is the compilation
It compiles everytime... no matter if I changed somthing Or not...

for example :
I wrote some code and ->Ctrl Shift B (The Project is Build)
Click again on ->Ctrl Shift Build .
The Project should not be built again because no changed was done. (But
it does)

Why... and how can I prevent it.

Oct 17 '06 #3
It's not the build that u mean, not the full rebuild of you project.
when u press Ctrl + Shift + B VS builds only changed files.
If u change nothing it build nothing (check whether is smth to build) and
shows that project is ready.

What do u think in should do when u press Ctrl + Shift + B?

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cease to be insipid." (c) Friedrich Nietzsche


"yo*****@gmail.com" wrote:
No
I have The ShortCut
The Problem is it is the compilation
It compiles everytime... no matter if I changed somthing Or not...

for example :
I wrote some code and ->Ctrl Shift B (The Project is Build)
Click again on ->Ctrl Shift Build .
The Project should not be built again because no changed was done. (But
it does)

Why... and how can I prevent it.

Oct 17 '06 #4
yo*****@gmail.com wrote:
No
I have The ShortCut
The Problem is it is the compilation
It compiles everytime... no matter if I changed somthing Or not...

for example :
I wrote some code and ->Ctrl Shift B (The Project is Build)
Click again on ->Ctrl Shift Build .
The Project should not be built again because no changed was done. (But
it does)

Why... and how can I prevent it.
Have you confirmed that the date and time of the .exe has actually
changed when you do that?

Oct 17 '06 #5
That's The Problem... it always compile everything
even there are no changes.!!

Oct 17 '06 #6
Hi,

AFAIK this feature has always worked by comapring the time of creation for
exe or dll and the time each source file has been touched (modified) make
sure for example that you system clock is OK. This is just a guess however.
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That's The Problem... it always compile everything
even there are no changes.!!

Oct 17 '06 #7
The TIme is Ok...
I did not changed athing...
mybe there is an option that was pushed?

Oct 18 '06 #8

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