Compiler Warning (level 1) C4727
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"PCH named pch_file with same timestamp found in obj_file_1 and obj_file_2. Using first PCH.
C4727 occurs when compiling multiple compilands with /Yc, and where the compiler was able to mark all .obj files with the same .pch timestamp.
To resolve, compile one source file with /Yc /c (creates pch), and the others compile separately with /Yu /c (uses pch), then link them together.
So, if you did the following and generates C4727:
cl /clr /GL a.cpp b.cpp c.cpp /Ycstdafx.h
You would do the following instead:
cl /clr /GL a.cpp /Ycstdafx.h /c
cl /clr /GL b.cpp c.cpp /Yustdafx.h /link a.obj
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