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VS .NET 2003: Debug vs. Release

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Hi,

my question is concerning the visual studio .net 2003 environment. In
C++ projects for example, it is possible to define different postbuild
codes for debug configurations and release configurations. I have tried
to use different postbuild scripts for these two configurations for my
C# project, but VS2003 cannot distinguis the postbuild between the two
configurations. Isn't that possible for C# projects?

thx a lot

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Nov 17 '05 #1
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Hi!

That is true, the pre- and post-build event command line macros are shared
among configurations.
But the $(ConfigurationName) macro will expand to the selected configuration,
thus you can use that to switch behaviour.

Regards,
Peter Lillevold
http://blogs.eternia.cc/peter
Hi,

my question is concerning the visual studio .net 2003 environment. In
C++ projects for example, it is possible to define different postbuild
codes for debug configurations and release configurations. I have
tried to use different postbuild scripts for these two configurations
for my C# project, but VS2003 cannot distinguis the postbuild between
the two configurations. Isn't that possible for C# projects?

thx a lot

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Nov 17 '05 #3

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