Oh yeah, I heard nant mentioned before but didn't put that together. I
went ahead and changed the .csproj files. Makes no real difference
though because the Setup project doesn't build anyway, and I guess it's
not worth any effort since we're using nant.
From: Gert Driesen [mailto:gert.driesen@...
Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 9:58 AM
To: Ryan Seghers; ndoc-devel@...
Subject: Re: [ndoc-devel] NDoc.snk
I indeed moved the NDoc key file to the NDoc root directory.
This facilitates building NDoc using NAnt (as csc only resolves the
location of the key file relative to the current directory or the
directory of the output file).
And yes, I did forget to update the the pre-build event .. sorry
about that !
The reason why this didn't surfase sooner is because "we" no
longer build the NDoc releases using VS.NET, but "we" have automated
this process using NAnt.
Feel free to update the project files, or I can do it if you
want ... I broke it so I might just as well fix it too :-)
----- Original Message -----=20
From: Ryan Seghers <mailto:rseghers@...>
Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 6:39 PM
Subject: [ndoc-devel] NDoc.snk
What's up with the location of NDoc.snk vs the .csproj
files? I can't build the Release configuration because the Pre-build
command line references $(SolutionDir)/src/NDoc.snk, but NDoc.snk has
been moved to $(SolutionDir)/NDoc.snk on 3/11/2004.
The Release config apparently hasn't been buildable for
the last month or so, which seems strange because in that case how is it
possible to release? So is there something I'm not understanding about
If I understand correctly then the .snk was moved but
the .csproj files weren't updated, and I should update the .csproj files
to reference the new .snk location.