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How to know which cabs file are sent to a windows mobile handheld?

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When I deploy an application to a windows mobile handheld using vs2008, it sends several cab files to the handheld. How can I know which cabs files are used?
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Visual Sudio offers different additional windows: a debug window, an auto window, a Build window and more.

To see which cabs are transmitted during a (first) deploy, look at the Build window. The build window shows the build meesages and the deploy ones.

See also http://blogs.msdn.com/b/saraford/archive/2008/03/10/did-you-know-how-to-stop-the-output-window-from-showing-itself-during-a-build-168.aspx?Redirected=true about how to setup show/hide the build window.
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Thanks a lot.
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