Edit and Continue, save me from this horror! RRS feed

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  • In the old days vs would work normally, like any other compiler:

    1. Run code.
    2. Find an error in running code.
    3. Fix the error.
    4. You would restart the project (or continue running, whatever).

    but since 2005 torment has taken place, AND IT CONTINUES IN 2010 and has purposfully been extended to 64-bit!

    1. Run code.
    2. Find an error in running code.
    3. Attempt to fix the error, BUT NO!#@%#@$^
    you get some retarted pop-up saying some coder at M$ disabled this especially to torment you!
    4. Try changing the settings to enable the so-called "feature"
    5. Conclude you are still being tormented.
    6. Stop the program.
    7. Fix the bug.
    8. Start the program again.

    I really don't understand why M$ desinged a feature to torment programmers, I don't care about thinking more about code (in the old days they would spend a day before running code).

    Or about false efficiency, I don't need M$ to parent me.

    I use vs2008 and vs2010 and Windows XP, Vista and 7.

    Please stop tormenting me and make vs work the way it should work.

    Thanks in advance,
    Tuesday, February 23, 2010 1:13 PM

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  • HiI know how you feel. for me I'm using the pause button to edit the code while running or when an error stops my program. It work for most of the time but some of the errors need to restart the whole program again. This is when I miss VS6.


    Wednesday, February 24, 2010 10:03 AM