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How do you see the compiler command line in c#/Vb.NET?

Despite advances in devstudio .NET building large projects can still be
difficult.
Is there a way, perhaps using EnvDev class or some other class that
would allow output of the "command line" that is being used to compile
a VB.NET (and C#) project. This would be very useful as one could
explicitly see which assemblies were being included in each project; it
would also be a good starting point to complete custom complex builds
via command line difficult in the IDE.
Thanks very much for any help.
Ben Dobson
Software Engineer
Beacon-ct.co.uk

Jul 22 '05 #1
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