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#MSBUILD - 1st #OpenSource, now also Cross-Platform ;)


While I’m still learning Xamarin and BLE, I’ll put this on pause today and share a bit of general information.

A few months ago, in March, the MSBuild product team decided to… 185 more words


#MSBUILD - 1ro #OpenSource, y ahora Cross-Platform ;)


A medida que sigo avanzando con mi aprendizaje de Xamarin y BLE, hoy los dejo en pausa y toca un poco de información general. A mediados de marzo de este año, el equipo de producto de… 200 more words


My Application.targets

This post sets out a way to enable TFS to copy and group applications files as well as web project files.


I have a Visual Studio solution with multiple projects. 600 more words


msbuild cannot build visual studio setup projects - for real!

I had a funny experience today with msbuild and Visual Studio project type: setup package (vdproj).

In attempt to introduce a new solution to cruisecontrol.net (my clients choice, not mine) we encountered a situation when the build was green but no output media! 350 more words


MSTest Not Honoring [ExpectedException] Attribute

Our project (.NET 4.0) has grown over a period of time, and while we’re using VS2013 these days, many of the projects in our solution were created using Visual Studio 2010. 395 more words


MSBuild custom task and assembly locks

Hi folks

Sometimes you may want to perform some operations during build which are impossible or at least too difficult to perform using vanilla MSBuild. 307 more words

Discovering Web.configs for Deployments with MsBuild Custom Targets

My current job is working on a web application that needs a lot of configuration, and is deployed to multiple environments. We’re using web.config transforms to apply the configurations, but our build pipeline (Team City and MsBuild scripts) builds a deployment “package” as a release candidate, then a subsequent build step deploys (or redeploys) that package to test, staging and production environments (or doesn’t, if we don’t like the release candidate at any point). 1,054 more words

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