Using NAnt to Build .NET Projects
Publish Date: Jan. 27, 2003
With Visual Studio .NET, you can easily build and compile .NET projects that contain any number of sub-projects —- collections of interdependent web pages, executables, DLL assemblies, and so forth — with a single menu command. But relying on a single programmer hitting the "compile" button doesn't always work for large and complicated projects. This article by Jeffrey P. McManus shows you how to use NAnt to build complicated projects.
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