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Old 09-23-2003, 07:57 AM
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Great idea! And if you want to use the Make VS.NET action to build the solution, you could put %VS[VSCompilerVer("solution.sln")]% part in the 'Override default location' field on the Options tab. Note that the sample requires that JScript be set as your default script language (Tools | Application Options | General).

Attached is a VBScript version that looks up and returns the actual location of the compiler executable. You could paste this code into your global scripts (View | Script Editor | Global tab) and then put [VSCompilerExe("solution.sln")] in the override field of the Make VS.NET action.

And we'll also put it on the list to support this instrinsically in the Make VS.NET action.
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