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Disabling Predicted Execution for specific projects
Posted by Yoni Davidson on 16 January 2018 01:20 PM

Currently, there is no setting to disable Predicted Execution for specific projects, but there is a workaround. 

 Predicted Execution will automatically be disabled for projects where you have specified a custom step. This happens because IncrediBuild doesn't necessarily know what this custom step is used for. 

 Because IncrediBuild will disable Predicted Executions until it reaches a custom step, it is best to declare a pre-link step for your project. Something as simple as the "echo" command will work, since it is technically a custom step. By doing so, you can bypass Predicted Execution and it will be disabled for this specific project. You can declare this command in Visual Studio from project properties by clicking on the "Build Events" tab and opening the "Pre-Link Event" page for your project. 

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