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Msbuild - Multiple Reference Paths via commandline

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Hi Group,

I have a question regarding the commandline options of msbuild. I am
currently using msbuild to build projects using the existing solution
files. These solution files have references to external dll which have
different paths on each machine. I am currently writing a build script
and passing the specific path to the project file via the /p: switch of
msbuild.

My current build line is:
msbuild test.sln /p:ReferencePath="c:\abc" /p:ReferencePath="c:\rca"

What i have noticed that Reference Path now contains only c:\rca and
not c:\abc. this is causing problems for me since, the external dlls
lie in two different directorys. I am allowed to keep multiple
reference paths via visual studio, but not via the commandline.

Is there any known way by which i can do this.

Constraints:
-I can't change the solution file.
-I can only use the msbuild commandline.

Thanks,
Ritesh

Feb 15 '06 #1
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Has anyone found a solution to this? I'm experiencing it as well and
need to be able to specify multiple reference paths.

Andy

Mar 7 '06 #2

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