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Visual Studio - Post-build event to merge .cs files


Visual Studio - Post-build event to merge .cs files

By : maria
Date : January 10 2021, 01:45 PM
help you fix your problem Why do you need a single .cs file? If you're trying to create a single class you could use partial classes... although it doesn't sound like a terribly good idea if you've got 9000 lines of code.
How do you want the merge to happen? If it's just straight concatenation:
code :


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How to get Visual Studio 'Publish' functionality to include files from post build event?

How to get Visual Studio 'Publish' functionality to include files from post build event?


By : Murugan Arunachalam
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine I answered a similar but different question at How do you include additional files using VS2010 web deployment packages?.
In your scenario you are using post build event, I would recommend dropping the post build event and implement your actions using your own MSBuild targets instead of post build event. Below you'll find the text of the other answer.
code :
<PropertyGroup>
  <CopyAllFilesToSingleFolderForPackageDependsOn>
    CustomCollectFiles;
    $(CopyAllFilesToSingleFolderForPackageDependsOn);
  </CopyAllFilesToSingleFolderForPackageDependsOn>
</PropertyGroup>
<Target Name="CustomCollectFiles">
  <ItemGroup>
    <_CustomFiles Include="..\Extra Files\**\*" />

    <FilesForPackagingFromProject  Include="%(_CustomFiles.Identity)">
      <DestinationRelativePath>Extra Files\%(RecursiveDir)%(Filename)%(Extension)</DestinationRelativePath>
    </FilesForPackagingFromProject>
  </ItemGroup>
</Target>
<Import Project="$(MSBuildExtensionsPath32)\Microsoft\VisualStudio\v10.0\WebApplications\Microsoft.WebApplication.targets" />
<ItemGroup>
  <ExcludeFromPackageFiles Include="Sample.Debug.xml">
    <FromTarget>Project</FromTarget>
  </ExcludeFromPackageFiles>
</ItemGroup>
Is there any way to tell a Visual Studio post build event where the output executable of an entire build will be from a

Is there any way to tell a Visual Studio post build event where the output executable of an entire build will be from a


By : user2302347
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help I've done some experimenting and whilst it seems unlikely this is the correct way to do things, the following method does appear to work; If you manually edit the solution file and put the project you want as the Target to the top of the list of projects, that is the one which the TargetDir seems to refer to.
Previously my processing project was at the top of the list but after altering the order to put my GUI project at the top, the boost .dll's end up where I was expecting them.
Visual Studio Pre-build Event/Post-build Events Working Directory

Visual Studio Pre-build Event/Post-build Events Working Directory


By : Zahir Khan
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help The working directory is the bin directory of the project.
I was unable to find documentation, but I tested this by making a post build event that made a directory. Then I checked where it was created.
Visual Studio Pre/Post Build Event - Copy files to Directory in setup project

Visual Studio Pre/Post Build Event - Copy files to Directory in setup project


By : Lars
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Right click on your project on Solution Explorer which you can find on the right, and click on "Properties".
Then go to "Build Events" under "Configuration Properties" in the tree, and expand it. You should see "Pre-Build event"/"Pre-Link Event"/"Post-Build Event".
Visual Studio Post-Build event - How to copy files to output (bin) directory (only if newer) if file(s) are in a subfold

Visual Studio Post-Build event - How to copy files to output (bin) directory (only if newer) if file(s) are in a subfold


By : SPQ772
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this helpful for you Answering my own question to share my knowledge.
Given you want to copy all files in a VS project´s subfolder "RuntimeEnv":
code :
robocopy.exe /XO "$(ProjectDir)RuntimeEnv" "$(TargetDir)." >nul 2>&1
exit 0
xcopy.exe /D /Y "$(ProjectDir)RuntimeEnv\*.*" "$(TargetDir)"
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