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  1. Re: FileInfo.LastWriteTime might be misleading. Any other approach?

    Hi BigEd781,

    I'll guess that that's what I'm going to do after all. I published in several forums and came with no other alternative. Bammer. The thing is, in Windows XP it can be accieved.
    ...
  2. Re: FileInfo.LastWriteTime might be misleading. Any other approach?

    Hi BigEd781,

    I'm trying to avoid this solution of service in the back... I hope someone can come with a solution. Even work aound, Quick&Dirty, something that will work and fast. Maybe some...
  3. Re: FileInfo.LastWriteTime might be misleading. Any other approach?

    Hi BigEd781,

    I think that what you did is to copy a file to a directory in which this file was not exist in the moment of the copy (i.e., no override).

    The scenario which I described (which is...
  4. Re: FileInfo.LastWriteTime might be misleading. Any other approach?

    I also checked the creation date. Unfortunately, it's not being changed to the time of the file's override.

    Anyone? Solutions?

    Thanks at Advanced
  5. Re: FileInfo.LastWriteTime might be misleading. Any other approach?

    It doesn't give me the correct time in which the path I'm looking at was content-changed, and that's what I'm trying to determine - that's why the solutoin(s) specified above are wrong.
  6. How to programmatically conclude whether the OS is Windows XP

    Hi,

    I'm looking for a C# code snippet which concludes whether the OS is Windows XP, which is bullet proof and not risky (i.e., no strings manipulation on the name of the OS, since maybe there are...
  7. Re: Why the FolderBrowserDialog is being opened with no focus on the SelectedPath in

    I posted it :(

    Currently it there's no solution there either...
  8. Re: FileInfo.LastWriteTime might be misleading. Any other approach?

    Hi,

    Actually, I really would expect the OS to provide me with a capability to know when was the last time a certain path "C:\temp\test_file.txt" was content-changed, and overriding it with a file...
  9. FileInfo.LastWriteTime might be misleading. Any other approach?

    Hi,

    I used FileInfo.LastWriteTime to know when was the exact last time where a certain file, let's say "c:\temp\test_file.txt" was CHANGED.

    It works greate when someone is actually opens the...
  10. Re: Why the FolderBrowserDialog is being opened with no focus on the SelectedPath in

    Hi,

    From what I saw, the "RootFolder" is not a string property, but gets an enum with pre defined folders (e.g., Desktop, Program Files, etc.).

    I need to set a non-pre-defined folder, e.g.,...
  11. Re: How to get the path to the VS command line prompt (in both 32bit and 64bit)?

    I need it in order to prorammatically launch the Visual Studio command line prompt.
  12. Re: How to get the path to the VS command line prompt (in both 32bit and 64bit)?

    Sorry, but I didn't understand how this answer my question:

    How to programmatically get the path to the Visual Studoi command line prompt - a C# code which will work for .NET programs compiled...
  13. Why the FolderBrowserDialog is being opened with no focus on the SelectedPath in Wind

    Hi,

    I using FolderBrowserDialog to open a directory selection dialog. I using the code:

    FolderBrowserDialog fbd = new FolderBrowserDialog();
    fbd.SelectedPath = "c:\...";
    fbd.ShowDialog();
    ...
  14. Re: How to get the path to the VS command line prompt (in both 32bit and 64bit)?

    Hi dglienna,

    I didn't understand your reply, can you write in more details and explain what you mean?

    Regards
  15. How to get the path to the VS command line prompt (in both 32bit and 64bit)?

    Hi,

    Up until today, in order to get the VS command line prompt I checked the "ProductDir" value in the "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\VC" registry key.

    I noticed that...
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    Re: How to post a hyperlink in a thread?

    Thanks
  17. Re: Overcome unit tests regression problems

    Sorry, by mistake, I haven't post the link to the solution I'm already familiar with (watch the video in order to understand better how this tool works):

    Unit Test Regression Analysis Tool

    For...
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    Test add URL

    Microsoft
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    How to post a hyperlink in a thread?

    Hi,

    When I'm posting new threads, or answering questions, how can I add a hyper link into the text, to refere to other URL (so that the reader can click on it instead of use copy-paste)?

    Regards
  20. Overcome unit tests regression problems

    Hi,

    I was looking for some kind of a solution for software development teams (C# project in my case) which spend too much time handling unit test regression problems (about 25% of the time in my...
  21. How many hi-tech startup companies are opened worldwide?

    Hi,

    Sorry if this is not the ideal place to post this question, but can someone provide a reference which show statistics on how many hi-tech startup companies have been established in 2007, 2008,...
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    Sample ASP.NET website?

    Hi,

    Can someone post a reference to download a sample of ASP.NET website (with the sources, of course, not project template).
    I'm looking for such sample website which contains registration form,...
  23. Re: Reference to some Test Data for Difference Algorithm?

    1) As a busy programmer, I would like to save time, so if I have such test data ready, I prefer to use it.

    2) There are cases which might fail a text diff algorithm, which I might not predict.
    ...
  24. Reference to some Test Data for Difference Algorithm?

    Hi,

    Can someone please point me to a reference to a Test Data for testing textual diff algorithms (By saying "Test Data" in this context, I mean two directories, of similar text files, so that...
  25. Re: Is it legal to call software in the machine of the customer, from my application?

    Hi,

    Actually, I was hoping to get some link to some formal material verifying the legality of this, but I understand if you have no such link to give..

    But yes, if someone has such link, I'll...
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