Here is the thing: my old Windows XP development with VS2010 machine broke. I then decided to use Windows 7 (64-bit) in combination with VS2010.
The project did not build. I completely recreated the project (took me 4 hours to find out, then another 4 hours to recreate the file with all the references), but then it builds again.
The first time we completely build the solution, it all works fine. However, on the next change, we get a "Could not load assembly" issue. When we view the information of the assembly via .NET reflector, we see that the app version is:
"MyApp, Version=3.2.3924.24037, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=1aaf4ff5851673aa"
But, binding errors shows us that it is trying to load:
"MyApp, Version=3.2.3924.24036, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=1aaf4ff5851673aa"
Notice the difference in version (ends with 37, but requests 36).
What are we doing wrong, and how can we fix this ASAP? We already lost 2 valuable days troubleshooting these issues.
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