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Upgraded builds to use psake #24
PSake build script currently supports
will be able to target multiple framework targets, ie 2.0, 3.5, 4.0 since I see some 4.0 specific pull requests pending.
Perhaps we create a branch in your Repo for this? And you can get comfortable with it before committing to master
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The build server already does all of this.
When a change is merged to the main repo, it's packed and published in less than a minute.
Added nuget pack support. NOTE: assembly signing needs to change to allow principals of the project to have the ability to sign the NugetPackages appropriately.
Next update will include nuget deploy and signing by prinicipals
A little background: build-psake originated from Newtonsoft.Json project. They have to deal with multi-targeted and a more advanced Nuget build.
Since pranavkm is proposing net40 directory changes, this illustrates the eventual need of multi targets.
Its fine if you want a completely separate machine to package the nuget bits, but the other stuff needs to be easier to code/test. I can backtrack a lot of these particular commits but they're very useful.
And personally, it seems better to be a bit more manual (explicit) about pushing an update to the nuget servers since its nearly impossible to delete a bad upload.
Some general thoughts: