…ed from fixtures
* build.cmd copies all artifacts to configuration-independent build/sandbox * Unit tests and story tests now refer to build/sandbox instead of build/debug * Test pages refer to build/sandbox instead of build/debug * Storytest configuration files refer to build/sandbox instead of build/debug * Fitnesse metadata refer to build/sandbox instead of build/debug This allows us to pass a configuration value to build.cmd using: build.cmd "/p:Config=Release" and have the entire build pipeline work on Release binaries. However, it also means we can't debug test pages from Visual Studio without first building from command-line, because the sandbox will not be set up.
This reverts commit 61bb56e.
- build.proj sets the current working dir to build/$(Config) - storytest.config.xml paths rebased per the above - All affected test pages rebased per the above - Net result: uglier test pages, but you can do: $ build "/p:Config=Release" and have build, unittest and storytest happen on the built release binaries.
This reverts commit 21c6fee.