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Running an executable or class automatically after build?

I've written a class to automatically produce a Google sitemap file for
my ASP.NET projects.

What I'd like to do is automatically run this when I build my project
so that a new sitemap is produced whenever I make changes. I can make
this into a console app, if it makes the job easier.

Can anyone point to a simple way to do this in VS.Net 2003?

Dec 30 '05 #1
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In your project's Cofiguration, Common Properties / Build Events,
you can add whatever Post - Build command line you want executed.
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"ri***************@gmail.com" wrote:
I've written a class to automatically produce a Google sitemap file for
my ASP.NET projects.

What I'd like to do is automatically run this when I build my project
so that a new sitemap is produced whenever I make changes. I can make
this into a console app, if it makes the job easier.

Can anyone point to a simple way to do this in VS.Net 2003?

Dec 30 '05 #2

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