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How to stop UE4 from creating new Assemblies

How can i stop UE4 from generating new assemblies at compile time because VS will lose track and i can't attach to the process anymore (code version differs) and i have to reopen the Editor to make sure the code matches.

Doesn't help if i only use the Editor Compile button or compile in VS and I can't find an option in the Editor to make it stop pumping new DLL files with random build number in the file that VS doesn't see for some reason.

Edit: As seen in the picture, the 1st time I boot VS from the Editor I get only the 1st collection of files but if I modify the source code and recompile either in VS or the Editor, I get the 2nd collection of files added to the folder and it continues to do so as I compile more and more with more changes until a restart of the editor.

This is a problem i guess because when i re-attach VS for debugging, it tells me that the source is different and can't load the debug symbols and my breakpoints dont get hit.

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asked Jul 15 '18 at 10:04 AM in C++ Programming

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Now this is way over my competence but I remember reading something about "Compile Single File" which sound like it would possibly help.

Check the UnrealVS Extension documentation (if you haven't) here: https://docs.unrealengine.com/en-US/Programming/Development/VisualStudioSetup/UnrealVS

Apologies if I totally missed the point.

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answered Jul 15 '18 at 10:53 AM

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avatar image vlad3r08 Jul 15 '18 at 09:00 PM

Indeed I dont have the that extension installed and might give a test. Also dont worry any help is greatly appreciated and I've updated my question with more info please have a look.

avatar image dZh0 Jul 16 '18 at 12:46 PM

Apparently these files are actually the version of the game that runs in the editor as explained here: https://wiki.unrealengine.com/Understanding_Unreal%27s_Build_System and you can't apply your changes to the game without rebuilding them. (I guess) You can maybe use something from the UnrealVS extension for Quick Build options but I doubt that these files will disappear.

avatar image dZh0 Jul 20 '18 at 07:35 PM

How is it going? Any luck with loading the debug symbols?

avatar image vlad3r08 Jul 20 '18 at 08:07 PM

Hi, i.m still facing from time to time this issue and the only sure way is to close the editor and launch with ctrl+f5 from VS and once i.m in the editor i can safely attach then. Now that 4.20 is out maybe i.ll have a better time since this might be a gimmick of VS and UE4 working together.

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