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Why this feature is gone in .net 2005

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Hello, friends,

In .net 2003, one may modify the source code while debugging. This was very
convenient since one can program as soon as one find any issues during
debugging.

However, this feature is gone in .net 2005. This made developers really
painful: I have to write down each issue I could find after running the app,
in case that I may forget after terminate application, especially those small
issues, such as font size/color, spelling errors, etc. Sometimes it may take
5 pages!

Any ideas?
Apr 26 '07 #1
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Andrew <An****@discussions.microsoft.comwrote:
In .net 2003, one may modify the source code while debugging. This was very
convenient since one can program as soon as one find any issues during
debugging.

However, this feature is gone in .net 2005. This made developers really
painful: I have to write down each issue I could find after running the app,
in case that I may forget after terminate application, especially those small
issues, such as font size/color, spelling errors, etc. Sometimes it may take
5 pages!

Any ideas?
Wouldn't you want to verify that all of those issues have been solved
by your changes afterwards, requiring the same level of documentation?

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