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500pts: Setting version, program name etc in Visual Studio 2003?

Posted on 2006-06-16
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hi there,

I have been working with VS 2005 and to put in a program name and comments and version number etc.. you clciked on properties of the project and entered it all there..

But in VS2003 ... it doesn't seem to be there...

Does anyone know where it is and point me in the right direction?

And what about version numbers, do these increase everytime i do a build?

I have tried setting these through code but it appears they are read only..

Can anyone help?

Thanks in advnace

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dstanley9 earned 500 total points
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They are in assemblyinfo.cs in VS 2003.

To do autoincrement builds, use:

[assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.*")]
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cheers thanks..
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