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Automating AssemblyManager

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35297 Sep 27,2005 09:27 PM UTC Sep 28,2005 12:49 PM UTC General Discussion 1
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Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On September 27, 2005 09:27 PM UTC

Hi! Is there a way to automate AssemblyManager? We are using FinalBuilder in our build machine to automatically build our solution, but found that we need to run the AssemblyManager. Thanks.

Administrator [Syncfusion]
Replied On September 28, 2005 12:49 PM UTC

Hi Raymond, you cannot automate AssemblyManager but you can simply rebuild out libraries from the command line with the solutions found in the src directories. Take syncfusion.grid.windows assembly for example: In grid.windows/src you see these files: syncfusion.grid.Windows.sln/.csproj for 2002 solution/project syncfusion.grid.Windows_2003.sln/.csproj for 20023 solution/project syncfusion.grid.Windows_2005.sln/.csproj for 2005 (Whidbey) solution/project To build this assemblies devenv command line looks as follows: devenv Syncfusion.Grid.Windows.sln /build Release You can also sign the assembly with a strong key using the sn.exe utility after devenv returns. Stefan >Hi! > >Is there a way to automate AssemblyManager? We are using FinalBuilder in our build machine to automatically build our solution, but found that we need to run the AssemblyManager. > >Thanks.

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