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Downloads: 457
Change Set: 68338
Released: Jul 7, 2011
Updated: Jul 7, 2011 by EPT
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

New release: new targets fle
For this release you need an improved Project.targets file, available in the DNN module template download. Install the DNNtc.MSBuild from the setup.exe on your system and you are good to go! Or download it from the downloads here and replace in your existing .targets file everything from "END Settings. !Do not change anything below this line! " to the end of the file with the same section from the new sample .targets file.

New features

  • Support for the DNN6 extension icon feature (implemented the way DNN6 beta works)

Improved features

  • CleanUp files (instructions for file deletions on install) are incremental (like the SQLprovider scripts). All available CleanUp instructions are implemented in the .dnn manifest. The cleanup files are placed in a subfolder Installation\ in the install and source packs.

Note on upgrade

If the new installation does not install correctly over the old version, uninstall the old version first and be sure that the files in c:\Program Files\MSBuild\MSBuildDNNtcTasks\ are deleted.

Source code

As allways, all source code for the DNNtc MS Build tasks can be found at the Source Code tab of this project.

Reviews for this release

Very nice tool when you develop DNN modules. Once you have configured your settings (i.e. companyname, website etc) just go coding en create an DNN install 'on the fly'. Keep up the good work guys!
by djebe on Jul 29, 2011 at 3:02 PM