Mar 06, 2014 10:06 AM|joeller|LINK
This post was placed in the Visual Studio General Questions forum but was move to off-topic because the moderators there don't want to answer the hard questions. It has to do with the behavior of Visual Studio 2012 when it creates an Asp.Net project
What is the purpose of all of these xml files, and if they are needed then why aren't they physically added to the bin folder? I can not publish my project because the files do not exist. Can I delete these files with impunity?
Additionally when the output window opens in the IDE it opens at the top where the code windows are located. When a code file is double clicked in the Solution Explorer it opens at the bottom where the output window is supposed to be located. This is very
annoying requiring me to stop what I am try to do to properly position those windows manually.