For medium trust environments there is an option to build and cache bundles in-memory so that you don't need write permission in the application's working directory. An example of setting this up for an ASP.net MVC project can be found here. For a WebForms project the asset controller would just be replaced with an HTTP handler.
SquishIt comes as a NuGet package and can be installed via
PM> Install-Package SquishIt.
You can also download precompiled binaries from the SquishIt AppHarbor page.
Building from source
You will need to have Visual Studio and 7-Zip installed.
- Open Visual Studio Command Prompt
- If necessary, add 7z.exe to your path:
set PATH=%PATH%;C:\Program Files\7-Zip\
version-idcan be anything you like.)
If all went well, you should have a package called
The build is generously hosted and run on the CodeBetter TeamCity infrastructure.
We also get great tooling support from the kind folks at JetBrains