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compile fails with "Specified minimum required version is greater than the current publish version. "

Posted on 2009-12-29
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Last Modified: 2013-11-26
I have been compiling my build without problems for the last year and all of a sudden I get this error when I try to do a compile:

"Specified minimum required version is greater than the current publish version. Please specify a version less than or equal to the current publish version."

What does seem to be connected is that I am working on a maintenance branch that is different than my main line: that is when this happened.

Any ideas?
Question by:Christopher Schene

Accepted Solution

magicdlf earned 1000 total points
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Check the properties of your project. The version numbers are on the 'publish' tab. You should compare the publish version with the minimum version ('Updates' button).

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by:Christopher Schene
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thank you

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