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Configuring the Build
(Continued from Part 1)
The next step is to build the solution using MSBuild. We can use any other plug-in we want to achieve this goal.
First of all, we have to set-up the plug-in so we can select the path where the .Net Framework is located. We will build this project using the .Net Framework 4.
Name: “MSBuild .Net Framework 4”
Path to MSBuild.exe: “C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v4.0.30319\MSBuild.exe”
MSBuild Version: “MSBuild .Net Framework 4”
MSBuild Build File: “HudsonQualityTools.sln”. This is the name of the solution file we want to build.
Command Line Arguments: “/p:Configuration=Release”. The parameters we want to use to build this solution. To read more information, go to MSBuild Command Line Reference.