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move vb.net code to exe file

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by ComputerMike, Jan 7, 2008.

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  1. ComputerMike

    ComputerMike Thread Starter

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    Hello All,

    I have project(vb.net) code i want extract exeutable file from this project. because i want buy it to customer

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  2. artur02

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    I think you want to find the binaries of your project. First build your project. Then go to your project's directory and you will find the binaries (exe) in the /bin/debug folder.
     
  3. ComputerMike

    ComputerMike Thread Starter

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    thank you.Now if copy this folder(degug) on other cd , i can run this software without VS2005
     
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    Better, change the build type to Release (s/b a drop down box in the toolbar) and then build it. The executables will be smaller (no debug information). They'll be in the /bin/release folder.
     
  5. ComputerMike

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    i don't understand it. can u give me steps?
     
  6. artur02

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    There is a combo box on the toolbar. You can see a 'Debug' text in it. Change it to 'Release', Build your soultion, and copy binaries from <SolutionPath>\bin\Release folder.
     
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