I am developing a Vis C++ 2010 Express Windows Forms application which handles some time/date scheduling, based on user input. So, to test the application, I ran my PC's date forward a couple of weeks. Edited a glitch in the mean time... Then, set the date back to current. Now, the developer software evidently thinks my code is always up-to-date, since I compiled it with my PC set to the later date. Now, no matter what I edit within the project, it never compiles. It only runs my developed application. I'm sure I could sit around for two weeks waiting, but rather not. Does anybody know of a way to reset the latest build date within VC++2010EXP?
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From Visual Studio, choose "Clean Solution" from the "Build" menu. This should delete all the intermediate build files and final targets, leaving only the source files. From there, it will -have- to rebuild all the files, so you should be OK after that.
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