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CHAPTER 2 THE UNIFIED BUILD ENGINE: MSBUILD
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As stated, a property is a simple key/value pair. Let s examine another property definition from the MSBuild.csproj file: <RootNamespace>MSBuild1</RootNamespace>. This property is defined in the first PropertyGroup element. If you needed to reference this property somewhere else in the MSBuild file, you would simply use the $() notation. For instance, you would use $(RootNamespace). Refer to the property declaration again: <PropertyGroup Condition=" '$(Configuration) |$(Platform)' == 'Debug|AnyCPU' ">. Notice the Condition attribute; every MSBuild element has an optional Condition attribute. If this condition evaluates to true, then the element is processed; otherwise, it is ignored. Table 2-1 summarizes the basic condition syntax. Table 2-1. Property Conditions
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Checks for equality; returns true if both have the same value. Checks for inequality; returns true if both don t have the same value. Checks for existence of a file. You provide the file path as an argument, such as in Exists(MSBuildDemo.txt). This will return true if MSBuildDemo.txt is present. Checks for the nonexistence of a file. You use this condition in a similar manner as the Exists condition.
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The <Configuration Condition=" '$(Configuration)' == '' ">Debug</Configuration> property will not be executed unless the Configuration property has not already been set. In the next section, you ll see how you can use these properties in tasks that you create. You may find a number of reserved properties helpful in your MSBuild project. Table 2-2 lists their names, their descriptions, and the values that are returned for the project you will start shortly. In the Targets section, you will create a target to print the values for these properties. Table 2-2. Reserved Properties
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Full path of the .NET Framework MSBuild bin directory. Full path to the MSBuild folder located in the Program Files directory. This is a nice location to keep other MSBuild files that the current file references. The value for the DefaultTargets attribute that is in the Project element. Full path to the location of project file. Extension of the project filename, including the initial dot.
Example
%windir%\Microsoft.NET\ Framework\v2.0.50727 C:\Program Files\MSBuild
MSBuildExtensionsPath
MSBuildProjectDefaultTargets
Build
MSBuildProjectDirectory MSBuildProjectExtension
C:\MSBuild\MSBuild1\MSBuild1 .csproj
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Name
MSBuildProjectFile MSBuildProjectFullPath MSBuildProjectName
Description
Filename of the project file, including extension. Full path to the project file, including the filename. Name of the MSBuild project file, excluding the file extension.
Example
MSBuild1.csproj C:\MSBuild\MSBuild1\ MSBuild1\MSBuild1.csproj MSBuild1
Targets
As mentioned, targets are containers for related tasks that will be executed sequentially. Some example targets are Build, Deploy, and SetupEnvironment. Let s examine the parts of a target: <Target Name="SampleTarget" Inputs="SampleInput" Outputs="SampleOutput" DependsOnTargets="DependentTarget" > <Message Text="SampleTarget executed, SampleInput: @(SampleInput)" /> </Target> <Target Name="DependentTarget"> <Message Text="DependentTarget executed" /> </Target> Each target has a Name attribute that is required to be a nonempty string. This name is how you will refer to the target. Additionally, a target can have inputs; if you declare a target to have inputs, then it must have outputs as well. The purpose of the inputs/outputs is to facilitate incremental builds. That is, if a portion of your build does not need to be reexecuted, then it will not be. In a build process, if you had a Target defined as CopyResources, it may take as an input a list of files containing the location on disk of all external resources. The corresponding output may be the desired location of these resources. When MSBuild encounters this target, it will compare the time stamps of these files to each other. If it is not necessary to reexecute that CopyResources target, then it will be skipped. The DependsOnTarget parameter is a list of targets, separated by semicolons, that are required to be run before this target executes. It is important to note at this time that during a build a target will be executed only once. So, if you had two targets that both depended on a common target, that one target will not be executed twice but only once. Now you will examine how you can get started executing some targets that employ some of the predefined tasks.
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