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One huge advantage of MSBuild is that it can use project files from Visual Studio as build scripts. A Visual Studio CSPROJ file contains a set of properties, many of which are Silverlight-specific. Let s briefly dissect one of these Visual Studio project files (chapter3 is shown here) to see the Silverlight-specific additions: <OutputType>Library</OutputType> <AppDesignerFolder>Properties</AppDesignerFolder> <RootNamespace>chapter3</RootNamespace> <AssemblyName>chapter3</AssemblyName> <TargetFrameworkIdentifier>Silverlight</TargetFrameworkIdentifier> <TargetFrameworkVersion>v4.0</TargetFrameworkVersion> <SilverlightVersion>$(TargetFrameworkVersion)</SilverlightVersion> <SilverlightApplication>true</SilverlightApplication> <SupportedCultures> </SupportedCultures> <XapOutputs>true</XapOutputs> <GenerateSilverlightManifest>true</GenerateSilverlightManifest> <XapFilename>chapter3.xap</XapFilename> <SilverlightManifestTemplate>Properties\AppManifest.xml</SilverlightManifestTemplate> <SilverlightAppEntry>chapter3.App</SilverlightAppEntry> <TestPageFileName>TestPage.html</TestPageFileName> <CreateTestPage>true</CreateTestPage> <ValidateXaml>true</ValidateXaml> You can see that this project file is configured for Silverlight applications, setting properties related to the XAP file and defining the class that inherits from the IntelliSense class and serves as the entry point to the application. This project file also contains the directive to include the extension for building Silverlight applications. This extension controls how XAML pages are processed and how the XAP file is created. The structure of a Silverlight application as generated by Visual Studio includes the entry point for the application (the App.xaml and App.xaml.cs files), an empty UserControl (ExampleBrowser), an empty application manifest, the AssemblyInfo source file, and of course the project file. Let s look at using MSBuild to build this application. On disk, these files are organized as shown here: chapter3\App.xaml chapter3\App.xaml.cs chapter3\chapter3.csproj chapter3\ExampleBrowserClass\ExampleBrowser.xaml chapter3\ExampleBrowserClass\ExampleBrowser.xaml.cs chapter3\Properties chapter3\Properties\AppManifest.xml chapter3\Properties\AssemblyInfo.cs Simply executing msbuild.exe with the project file specified as the command-line parameter causes MSBuild to execute, compile, and package this application. The output from msbuild.exe looks like this:
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