Last post Oct 19, 2011 09:24 PM by Decker Dong - MSFT
Oct 17, 2011 08:11 PM|baboso#4|LINK
I have an XML file that I'm editing in code. After I save I get a popup dialog that reads: "This file has been modified outside of the source editor. Do you want to reload it?
I click yes and everything continues fine. How to stop this dialog from showing up in VS everytime I save this file in my app. I'm just doing this:
counterNode.InnerXml = counterInt.ToString();
****Never mind this. The dialog was popping up because I had the xml file open in VS. It was asking if it needed to be reloaded just in case you need to see the changes. So close the file in the dialog will go away. Thaaa.
Oct 19, 2011 09:24 PM|Decker Dong - MSFT|LINK
No I'm afraid you cannot close it, because it's really a very kind tip to you to tell you that some file referred by your VS's project has been modified by some other apps outside. If you close it, maybe you won't be told about this, which will cause the
problem of "not synchronized".
And in the end, it seems that you've realized this, doesn't it? If yes, you can mark yourself as an answer to share this to us...