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Old 06-22-2007, 02:37 PM
Mike Stefanik Mike Stefanik is online now
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I'd say start out with a relatively small example project of your own and take some time just to experiment with it. It really is very easy to work with, just don't overwhelm yourself by trying to do everything at once. When I created our build project, I did it in phases. First, I focused on getting the core libraries built. Then I added the steps to build the help. Then went back and added "cleanup" steps and code signing. Then the installation and packaging steps. And finally with the deployment steps.

Approach it in the same way that you write software. Start with a foundation, and then expand it from there. Given how intuitive the design is, in truth I probably had to reference the manual all of 3 or 4 times.
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