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System.Configuration is cached in VS 2003?

Posted on 2006-06-20
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Hi there,

can anybody confirm is the configuration file i.e. app.config or web.config (actually i am more interested in app.config (winform)) is cached once it is read?

I was reading it is, if this is the case, is it possible to force a REread of the files?

thanks in advance

Ian
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