WebSharper.targets: allow passing references to WS only #493

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Tarmil opened this Issue Nov 16, 2015 · 1 comment

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Tarmil commented Nov 16, 2015

eg. passing proxies to the WebSharper compiler but not to the F# compiler. I suspect it might be as easy as adding @(WebSharperReference) to WebSharperTask's ItemInput in WebSharper.targets, and then the user would be able to do:

<ItemGroup>
  <WebSharperReference Include="..\packages\WebSharper.3.5.16.218\lib\net40\WebSharper.JavaScript.dll" />
  <WebSharperReference Include="..\packages\WebSharper.3.5.16.218\lib\net40\WebSharper.JQuery.dll" />
  <WebSharperReference Include="..\packages\WebSharper.3.5.16.218\lib\net40\WebSharper.Main.dll" />
  <WebSharperReference Include="..\packages\WebSharper.3.5.16.218\lib\net40\WebSharper.Control.dll" />
  <WebSharperReference Include="..\packages\WebSharper.3.5.16.218\lib\net40\WebSharper.Collections.dll" />
</ItemGroup>

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Need to be ported into WS4.

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Jand42 commented Sep 14, 2016

Need to be ported into WS4.

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