The problem with updating this way is that changes only take effect after restarting the executable, but I would like the changes to take effect instantaneously.
Is there a way to tell the executable to reload the *config file after I make the changes? Exoskeleton for app.config EDIT: One of the reasons that I know so little on this subject is that I didn't create the app.config - it's auto-generated by somebody else's code.
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with using this, you do not need the wcf config in the exe any more.
Well I'm the PC admin and my device manufacturer only has the Windows 8 so I can't do much.
I am currently updating a few settings in a rather large *config file via the *executable by using XLinq to navigate the directories and read / write the values.
This was an upgrade From Windows 8 to Windows 10 performed yesterday and therefore I do not have system disks.
It won't boot up and it says to contact the "PC administrator or PC/Device manufacturer" ...