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How to speed up compile in VS 2005 IDE?

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How to speed up compile in VS 2005 IDE?

Our solution have many projects, when I only modified a file, I want only to
compile the modified project, not need to compile all projects. It spend
time to compile all projects.
Oct 4 '06 #1
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Than right click on the solution tab in solution explorere and mark all
those projects that has to be compiled. I am not sure if all languages give
the same boxes about that in Visual Studio Net.
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How to speed up compile in VS 2005 IDE?

Our solution have many projects, when I only modified a file, I want only
to compile the modified project, not need to compile all projects. It
spend time to compile all projects.

Oct 4 '06 #2

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How to speed up compile in VS 2005 IDE?

Our solution have many projects, when I only modified a file, I want only
to compile the modified project, not need to compile all projects. It
spend time to compile all projects.
What Cor said! Select the entity to be built from Solution Explorer (or
ClassView in C++). Then your Build menu will show either Build <ENTITY NAME>
or Build Selection. Works similarly in C# as well.

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Peter [MVP Visual Developer]
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Oct 4 '06 #3

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