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Opening a file within Visual.NET IDE as a Post-Build Event?

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After my Build, a file gets generated "a.txt". I want to open "a.txt" as a
Post-Build Event on Visual.NET window (like doing a File>Open>File). I know
I can launch wordpad or notepad as a Post-Build Event, but I want it opened
within Visual.NET.

Anyone have any ideas?


Nov 16 '05 #1
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http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/do...utomation.aspx
PrePostBuildRules Add-In
This add-in has been written in both Microsoft Visual C#? .NET and Microsoft
Visual Basic? .NET. It provides pre- and post-build rules at the solution
and project levels for projects that implement the common Visual Studio
automation model.

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After my Build, a file gets generated "a.txt". I want to open "a.txt" as a Post-Build Event on Visual.NET window (like doing a File>Open>File). I know I can launch wordpad or notepad as a Post-Build Event, but I want it opened within Visual.NET.

Anyone have any ideas?

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