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My Add-In installer does not install the most recent version

Postby Andre W B Furtado » Sat, 23 Aug 2003 14:04:42 GMT

I'm developing an Add-In solution, which includes a lot of Class Libraries
projects and a Setup project. The problem is that, when I rebuild the whole
solution (including the Setup project), the MSI file created does not
install the most recent version of the solution in another machine...

Does anyone know why is this happening?

Thanks a lot,
-- Andre Furtado

Andre Wilson Brotto Furtado
andre.furtado at qualiti.com



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