I’m working on a custom EDI solution and generally build CCNet from the command line. Recently, I wanted to up date the build of CCNet and wanted to be sure the version number was set correctly. Since I’ve had to look this up a few times, as I never seem to recall the steps I thought I’d post them here.
This assumes you have a complete SVN tree of CCNET on your machine.
- Start a CMD prompt
- CD to the directory where CCNET is located
- Edit ccnet.build and change the following line setting the “value” attribute to the desired version # (ex: 1.4.4):
<property name="CCNetLabel" value="1.4.4" overwrite="false" />
- Build from the command line using the createAssemblyInfo target:
- From the command line using the all target:
This will build ccnet with the specified version number.
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