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Build solution from command line or with contexmenu item with Microsoft VS.NET

, 13 Dec 2002 CPOL
Shows how to build solution files from command line or via contextmenu item.
builditemincontextmenu.zip
vsbuilderhelper.zip
VsBuilderHelper
VsBuilderHelper.csproj.user
VsBuilderHelper.csproj.vspscc
REM load path vars
"c:\program files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET\Common7\Tools\vsvars32.bat"
REM build mysolution with debug solution configuration, write build output to buildlog.txt file
devenv.exe mysolutionfile.sln /rebuild debug /out buildlog.txt
REm wait for user to hit enter or space
pause

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Chris Richner
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