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CSharp.targets, which contains all the targets, i.e. By doing this you can re-use the logic contained in the .targets files.This is the best way that I’ve found to create good build scripts.The property validation is pretty easy, if any value for _Required Properties. For items I wanted to be able to not only be able to assert the following Identity, this is just the contents of the Include attribute on the item itself.The Required Value is the metadata that will be checked to ensure that a value exists. But think about it, in one target I have been able to express to you (the person consuming the .targets file) everything that you need to define in great detail.I think it’s better to build up one build script (via the Today we will talk about how we can have an MSBuild script validate itself.From the samples provided with the book I deliver the nunit.targets file which contains a target, Validate NUnit Settings, which is shown below.
Unfortunately there aren't many other MSBuild books; fortunately Sayed did a good job on this one. When we wrote the book I knew that we had put something together that would really meet a specific need.
A few weeks ago I blogged about a video that I was in on Channel 9.
Since then the creator of the video Russ Fustino has decided to break out his It's All About the Tools series into individual video entries.
I'm interested in making more videos so if you have some specific topics that you think are cool let me know.
Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi When I was in Orlando presenting at the Orlando Code Camp I had the pleasure of working with Russ Fustino and Stan Schultes on the latest edition of Russ' Toolshed - It's All About the Tools. You can check out the video that I'm in at Episode 2 It's All About The Tools TV Show.
You can download these files at the very end of this post.