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.NET remnants of the past: Visual Studio .NET 2003 cannot start debugging as the assembly is missing

Posted by jpluimers on 2014/05/15

Boy, was this Visual Studio .NET 2003 stuff a long time ago.
Bumped into this one:


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Microsoft Development Environment
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Visual Studio cannot start debugging because the debug target 'C:\develop\VS-2003\VS-2003-BASE\Source\AppTest\bin\Debug\AppTest.exe' is missing. Please build the project and retry.
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OK
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Indeed, Visual Studio was right: it didn’t understand the Release build existed like Visual Studio 2005 and up does:

C:\develop\VS-2003\VS-2003-BASE\Source\AppTest\obj\Release\AppTest.exe

–jeroen

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