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One of the greatest benefits of building your solution flies in MSBuild (vs in Visual Studio directly) is that it doesn't lock up the Visual Studio UI, which can be a huge pain if you have a large solution that takes several minutes (or longer) to build.  Building your solution in MSBuild leaves you free to inspect code in Visual Studio while your solution is building.  The only problem is that to do this you have to open a command prompt and type the command + path every time to build.

If you want to be able to right-click on a solution file and build it in MSBuild from the Windows Explorer context menu, check out…

Read more at http://blog.danskingdom.com/setting-up-keyboard-shortcuts-to-build-solutions-in-msbuild/

Posted on Wednesday, June 1, 2011 8:46 AM | Back to top


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