XAML is corrupt if you change an argument name too many times?

I am new to UIPath, but I’ve already seen this issue a number of times. The exact error varies, but it seems in each case that if you change the name of an argument a number of times, particularly if you change the name of a argument rapidly, the xaml gets corrupted.

  1. I created an argument in a library xaml called “out_boolSuccess”.
  2. I published the library a number of times and used it in an automation project.
  3. In the library project I was debating on the best way to return a boolean that indicates an exception occurred and I changed the name of the argument 4 or 5 times.
  4. When I try to publish the library, I get the error:

The assembly compilation returned the following errors:
‘ProcessIsRunning’ does not contain a definition for ‘out_boolSuccess’

However:

  1. The xaml no longer contains any instance of the argument “out_boolSuccess”. I’ve even searched the xaml file’s XML and could not find it.
  2. When I test the xaml by choosing Run File, there is no error.

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