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Building with MSBUILD

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11 Oct 2013CPOL
Here's a few good places to start with MSBUILD, the new XML-based makefile system built into .NET. Basic Introduction to MSBUILD  MSBUILD MSDN

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Here's a few good places to start with MSBUILD, the new XML-based makefile system built into .NET.

MSBUILD will build Project Files and Solutions, but as an ASP.NET developer you might find Visual Studio Web Deployment Projects to be more useful for your specific needs.

Enjoy!

This article was originally posted at http://wiki.asp.net/page.aspx/78/building-with-msbuild

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