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Re: SubWCRev.exe weirdness when used in website .NET project

From: Nick Gilbert <nick_at_x-rm.com>
Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 09:59:42 +0100

Stefan Küng wrote:
> Seems VS doesn't recognize that the version.cs file has been modified?
> Does this also happen if you do a rebuild instead of just a build?
> Do you have the harddrive write cache enabled?
> Maybe adding a sleep() after calling SubWCRev would help?
> Just some thoughts about what to try - I don't really know why this
> happens...
> Stefan

I've done some more testing and the behaviour is very odd. I introduced
a deliberate compile error into the version.in.cs file and the compiler
does not recognise the error until the second compile, proving that's
seeing an old version of the source at compile time. I think as you
suspect, it's a write-caching problem and csc.exe is somehow able to see
the old version of the file, even though SubWCRev has successfully
modified the file and exited. I cannot work out how to add more than
one thing to the prebuild event though - it seems to go wrong whatever I
put in as the second line. I'll try and figure it out.



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