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Conditional compilation constants in VS.NET 2002


I want to build two assemblies that use common c# code.
I wish to use preprocessor.

I defined a constant YABA in "Conditiona l compilation constants" in the
property pages.
So the line looks like this: DEBUG;TRACE;YAB A

Then in my code I have:

#if (YABA)
private int hut;

The line "private int hut;" does NOT execute. I tried to change it to random
string and there was no error. The code ignored this line.

This works fine in VS.NET 2003.

Is this a bug or am I doing something wrong?

Please reply and thanks a lot in advance


Jul 21 '05 #1
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