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Re: query & ASP conflicting woes :S

From: Ron Grabowski <rongrabowski_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2006-02-08 03:55:58 CET

Another alternative is to change your Web Projects into Class


And don't use any hacks. A project of type Class Library can still
start in DEBUG mode when you press F5 and it stops at breakpoints just
like a Web Project.

--- KevinGPO <kevingpo@hotmail.com> wrote:

> How can I get this into daily digest mode?
> Also, I installed the latest TortoiseSVN. I notice in the
> installation there was an option about ASP.NET hack. I use Visual
> Studio.NET 2003 and I program/develop ASP/ASP.NET web applications
> and use my IIS 5.1 as my development webserver. I ticked th ASP.NET
> hack coz it says I should.
> Guess what. Now my web application doesn't even work. I tried and
> tried to fix it via IIS but no luck. I tried uninstalling
> TortoiseSVN, but still no help. Someone please help.

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