Hi, I am having some 'fun' with a VB.Net DLL. I have written and debugged my DLL, built it and copied the .dll file to a separate 'live' folder. Calling applications will reference the DLL in this folder.
Now, when there is an error in my application the DLL code appears on a new tab. Whilst this allows the developer to run through the code which is nice for debugging the application it scares me - will any 'accidental' edits to the DLL code be saved? This would be bad.
I thought this behavious only happened when you used the 'debug' output of building the DLL - I am (I think) using the 'release' version.
All suggestions appreciated!