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vrf Contained C objects aren't ... objects?

Question asked by VRFuser on Jan 17, 2005
Problem explained.

There's some kind of caching of assemblies that happens - probably
unintentional. I had changed the declaration of the object but never
restarted VEE. It's important to note that I did "unload" the object (or so
I thought) by unchecking it in the .NET references dialog. Otherwise
replacing the dll is impossible. This wasn't good enough. VEE had to be
restarted.
-SHAWN-



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