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How to merge C# and VB.Net assemblies

Customization of MSBuild to add a “AfterBuild” to start ILmerge on referenced projects who have a:


Exbibit the power and extrem extensibility of MSBuild:  16 more words


Collections and $, @, % Variable References in MSBuild

A very useful and illuminating article:

MSBuild: PropertyGroup, ItemGroup, Item Metadata, and crazy $@% syntax

It also expertly articulates a common feeling:

It brings me great joy that the title of this blog post is both technically accurate and evokes the type of comic-book language I use when trying to figure out MSBuild variable syntax. 265 more words


Publishing with ClickOnce via Visual Studio and TFS 2015 (vNext)

ClickOnce equips your published application to be able to check for updates and to, optionally, do the update automatically. See this post for more information. 174 more words


SSISMSBuild Updated and Moved

New! (Sorta) Improved! (Kinda)

In a long running series of loosely related posts, I have updated the SSISMSBuild Project that I uploaded to CodePlex some years ago. 168 more words


Generate Git Ignore file from the csproj file

Let’s say that you have a specific project that has a tonne of extra files that are automatically copied into it due to front end build tasks or similar.  435 more words

.NET General

Including Additional / Generated Files When Publishing a .Net Web Application

When you publish a .Net web app, you typically set up a publish profile, either to do an immediate build-and-publish, or to publish to a package for later deployment (eg. 738 more words


Publicar archivos que no están incluídos en el proyecto

Generalmente los proyectos de ClickOnce solamente permiten publicar archivos que son parte del proyecto. Pero en ocasiones es necesario publicar archivos que están ubicados en diferente parte, para realizar esto se puede hacer uso de los targets  289 more words