July, 2005

  • Manish Agarwal

    Build tips of TeamBuild scripts

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    MS Build evaluates the condition of the target first and then do the dependency check. For example, in the mentioned proj file, target "B" will never be invoked. <Target Name="A" Condition="'false'= ='true'" DependsOnTargets="B"> <Message...
  • Manish Agarwal

    Thought of the day

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    "Beware of the man who works hard to learn something, learns it, and finds himself no wiser than before. Coz, He is full of murderous resentment of people who are ignorant without having come by their ignorance the hard way."
  • Manish Agarwal

    CodeAnalysis, FxCop and Team Build

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    Team Build has a different interpretation for RunCodeAnalysis flag. The standard definition (interpreted by Visual Studio) treats it as boolean value that can be set to true or false. FxCop task will be executed with build only if this flag is set true...
  • Manish Agarwal

    How to customize the build process in Team Build?

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    Build process in Team Build is highly extensible. A custom step/task can be introduced at any build phase. The process of customization is very simple. I will illustrate this process with very simple example. Consider the scenario where a company want...
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    tips for converting build script of managed C++ project to for msbuild

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    While converting the sources and makefile.inc to .nativeproj file, if you get following error: - Project file error : The TargetType NOTARGET in the project [myproject.nativeproj] is not known . change value of TargetType property from "NoTarget...
  • Manish Agarwal

    Who am I? What am I doing hear?

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    Hi guys, this is Manish Agarwal I am Software Design Engineer at Microsoft India Development Center , Hyderabad. Before joining Micrsosft, I did master's from Rutgers University , New Jersey and b achelor's from Delhi University ( NSIT ). I work in...
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