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Building for Release is still creating a debug symbol file in 2005

Hi,

Did this change in Visual Studio 2005? Visual Studio 2003 didn't create a
debug symbol file once the solution and project were changed to be built for
release.
I did notice the same difficult problem in 2005 that was in 2003 and that is
getting the build for Release properties to stick on the solution and
project.

In my project I have verified that both the solution and project are set to
build for Release and yet it is still creating a debug symbol file.

Thanks!

Apr 12 '06 #1
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