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Updating assemblyinfo

It made me thing that something wasn't working properly and I spent a long time trying to figure out what was going on. Eventually, after checking the output, I saw that the compiled dll's and. But it bugs me that I'm seeing these. How is this being passed through?

AssemblyInfo Updater not updating files - VSoft Technologies -

One thought I had initially was Updating assemblyinfo I had asssemblyinfo copyright symbol in some of the Assembly properties and maybe that was assembkyinfo something up. But even after removing all of those from the source code, this weird behavior didn't go away. And even if it did fix the files on disk issue, it doesn't explain how MSBuild is able to take those unmodified AssemblyInfo. Any idea what's going on and why those files aren't being modified on disk?

The output is technically correct however the bugs I encountered are: I tested this by specifying two AssemblyInfo. The first is updated on disk and has a backup.

Powershell script to batch-update anu-anu.info with new Version – All About Interop

Wssemblyinfo second is not updated, nor does it have a backup. If I swap the order, then the first one is updated, and the second one is not so I'm sure I didn't just mistype something. Generated assembly then has the Updating assemblyinfo version number, and original source file is left untouched! This is ideally included in some BuildCommon.

This way you can share the customization: Lets's define this target: Remove it from "Compile" Items because we will use a modified version instead. The copied filepath is saved into ModifiedAssemblyInfo Item. Use the defined property: GetMetadata "FullPath" ; if! How to define this property is up to you - you can pass it externally to MSBuild via arguments, or have a process that reads the version number from somewhere, etc.

In a future post I will talk about various suggested techniques for defining and managing a build version number.