Published Applications AKA _PublishedApplications

Posted by: Fervent Coder, on 21 Mar 2011 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Less maintenance. Less work to package during your automated builds. Too easy. Remember Our Old Friend _PublishedWebsites? Youve probably seen the _PublishedWebsites folder when building websites in automated builds. If not you can stop paying attention now. Still with me? Great! So you know how it packages up everything nicely with content files going where they should with nearly ZERO cost to your build scripts. All you need to do is override the output directory (OutDir) and you get...

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