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is there a way to get dotfuscator community edition to work in visual studio as a post-build event?

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The subject says it all :)

I have Visual Studio 2005, it comes with community edition of
dotfuscator. I'd like to use dotfuscator in a post-build event.
However, I get an error when I call dotfuscator. I can run it from the
command line and it always pops up a gui even when \q option is used.
Is there a way to get dotfuscator community edition to work as a
post-build event? Also, is there a way to get it to run from the
command line without the gui popping up?

Thanks,
Don

Nov 19 '06 #1
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Hi,

I don't think so, but I know that FinalBuilder (great build tool) handles
its window properly.

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The subject says it all :)

I have Visual Studio 2005, it comes with community edition of
dotfuscator. I'd like to use dotfuscator in a post-build event.
However, I get an error when I call dotfuscator. I can run it from the
command line and it always pops up a gui even when \q option is used.
Is there a way to get dotfuscator community edition to work as a
post-build event? Also, is there a way to get it to run from the
command line without the gui popping up?

Thanks,
Don
Nov 19 '06 #2

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