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We have discussed creating and using loggers in detail in 5, Custom Loggers. We mentioned that you could attach several instances of the le logger to the build process by using the notation / [n] where [n] is an optional value in the range 1-9. If you use the switch / p[n] without a corresponding / [n] then the corresponding / [n] is implied and can be omitted. In that chapter, we didn t expand on why you would want to do so. When a developer is kicking off a build process, a good set of loggers to have attached is outlined in Table 8-1.
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Verbosity = minimal and display summary Verbosity = detailed errorsonly warningsonly
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We purposefully turn down the verbosity of the console logger to show only the most important log messages. This is because it is typically dif cult to gain any insight on a decent-sized build from the console logger, as well as for performance reasons. It is much faster to write to a le and then to the console. Builds that write a lot of information to the console take longer than those that do not. This reduced amount of information is ne because we attach a le logger to capture the remaining information into a le, so if needed the results are always available there. There are also two other instances of the le logger suggested, one to capture errors and the other for warnings. This allows the developers to be able to pinpoint speci c information about errors and warnings, in order to clear them out. To summarize, there are really two reasons to have logs: to see progress and to diagnose problems. In order to see the progress the build should log to the console as well as have a low verbosity. In order to diagnose problems, the logs need to be written to a le and have detailed information. Take a look at the command shown next, which builds the Examples.Tasks project with the loggers described in Table 8-1.
msbuild.exe /clp:verbosity=minimal /clp:summary /flp:verbosity=detailed;logfile=build.detailed.log /flp1:errorsonly;logfile=build.errors.log /flp2:warningsonly;logfile=build.warnings.log /m /p: BuildInParallel=true Examples.Tasks.csproj /t:rebuild
In the command shown previously, we passed the appropriate parameters to the msbuild.exe to attach the desired loggers. Along with this, we speci ed the /m switch as well as de ned the BuildInParallel value to be true. Because of this, the projects will be built in parallel instead of serially.
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Practical Applications, Part 1
Creating a Logger Macro
Because you generally want to attach the same set of loggers to a build process, we need a way to make it easier to attach all the loggers. One way that you might have guessed is to create a batch le; another is to create a DOS macro to perform the same action. A DOS macro is one of the lesser-known features of the command prompt. You can create and manage macros using the DOSKEY command. We can create a parameterized macro that can automatically attach these loggers for us. In this case, we would need to create a macro with the following command.
doskey build=msbuild.exe /clp:verbosity=minimal /clp:summary /flp:verbosity=detailed;logfile=build.detailed.log /flp1:errorsonly;logfile=build.errors.log /flp2:warningsonly;logfile=build.warnings.log /m /p: BuildInParallel=true $*
The previous command will create a new macro named build that executes msbuild.exe, which is assumed to be on the path, while attaching the loggers declared. You should take note of the usage of the $* symbol. When you invoke a macro, the $* symbol will be replaced with any text following the macro name on the command line. In our previous example, the command would have been simpli ed to build Examples.Tasks.csproj /t:rebuild. In this case, the $* would have been replaced with the value Examples.Tasks.csproj /t:rebuild. Once you create this macro it is very easy to attach the same set of loggers to each build that you perform. One drawback to using a macro is that the macro declaration lasts only for the duration of the command prompt. When the command prompt closes, the macros created in it will no longer be available. You are able to save the macros to a le using a command such as doskey /macros > FileName, where FileName is the name of the le to store the macros in. When you start a new command prompt, you can load the macros using the command doskey /macrofile = FileName. You could place this le under source control and have developers load it when the command prompt is opened.
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