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<!--
 *
 * SQLite.NET.Settings.targets -
 *
 * Written by Joe Mistachkin.
 * Released to the public domain, use at your own risk!
 *
-->
<Project xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003">
  <!--
  ******************************************************************************
  **                          Load Per-User Settings                          **
  ******************************************************************************
  -->

  <!--
      NOTE: If the per-user settings file exists, import it now.  The contained
            settings, if any, will override the default ones provided below.
  -->
  <Import Project="$(SQLiteNetDir)\SQLite.NET.Settings.targets.user"
          Condition="Exists('$(SQLiteNetDir)\SQLite.NET.Settings.targets.user')" />

  <!--
  ******************************************************************************
  **                       [Fairly] Generic Properties                        **
  ******************************************************************************
  -->

  <PropertyGroup>
    <!--
        NOTE: *UNCONDITIONAL* We never want to use the hosting process for
              debugging.  It causes problems.
    -->
    <UseVSHostingProcess>false</UseVSHostingProcess>

    <!--
        NOTE: *UNCONDITIONAL* We never want to use the fast up-to-date check
              that Visual Studio provides.
    -->
    <DisableFastUpToDateCheck>true</DisableFastUpToDateCheck>

    <!--
        HACK: *UNCONDITIONAL* The Visual Studio IDE ignores the
              BaseIntermediateOutputPath property and creates empty "bin" and
              "obj" directories for every project whenever the project is opened
              or built.  Also, the Visual Studio IDE will occasionally fail to
              rebuild the project due to this confusion.  The situation appears
              to improve somewhat when this is set to false.  Please note that
              even if this is set to false, things still do not work 100%
              correctly; however, at least there appears to be less build
              failures.

              Please see Microsoft Connect FeedbackID 105854 for their official
              list of excuses, on this now more than 3 year old bug.
    -->
    <UseHostCompilerIfAvailable>false</UseHostCompilerIfAvailable>
  </PropertyGroup>

  <!--
  ******************************************************************************
  **                            Common Properties                             **
  ******************************************************************************
  -->

  <PropertyGroup>
    <!--
        NOTE: Only use functionality available in the .NET Framework 2.0?  By
              default, this is disabled.  This must be enabled to successfully
              build the project using Visual Studio 2008 and/or the .NET
              Framework 2.0 (if necessary, it will typically be enabled from
              within the project file itself).
    -->
    <NetFx20 Condition="'$(NetFx20)' == ''">false</NetFx20>

    <!--
        NOTE: The suffix for the name of the build configuration directory .  By
              default, this is an empty string.
    -->
    <ConfigurationSuffix Condition="'$(ConfigurationSuffix)' == ''"></ConfigurationSuffix>

    <!--
        NOTE: For interaction with the native SQLite implementation, use the
              custom built interop DLL (i.e. "SQLite.Interop.dll")?  By default,
              this is enabled.  This property is mutually exclusive with the
              "UseSqliteStandard" one, below.  This should always be disabled in
              the project file that builds the NetModule target.
    -->
    <UseInteropDll Condition="'$(UseInteropDll)' == ''">true</UseInteropDll>

    <!--
        NOTE: For interaction with the native SQLite implementation, use the
              standard DLL (i.e. "sqlite3.dll")?  By default, this is disabled.
              This property is mutually exclusive with the "UseInteropDll" one,
              above.  This should always be disabled in the project file that
              builds the NetModule target.
    -->
    <UseSqliteStandard Condition="'$(UseSqliteStandard)' == ''">false</UseSqliteStandard>

    <!--
        NOTE: Is the project being built to support the .NET Compact Framework?
    -->
    <IsCompactFramework Condition="'$(IsCompactFramework)' == ''">false</IsCompactFramework>

    <!--
        NOTE: Emit an AssemblyFlags attribute that includes the Retargetable
              flag from the AssemblyNameFlags enumeration?
    -->
    <IsRetargetable Condition="'$(IsRetargetable)' == ''">false</IsRetargetable>
  </PropertyGroup>

  <!--
  ******************************************************************************
  **                            Warning Properties                            **
  ******************************************************************************
  -->

  <PropertyGroup Condition="'$(Configuration)' == 'Debug'">
    <!--
        NOTE: Debug build.  Set the warning level to maximum.  Also, disable
              warnings that tend to cause too much noise.
    -->
    <WarningLevel>4</WarningLevel>
    <NoWarn>618,1591;3001</NoWarn>
  </PropertyGroup>

  <PropertyGroup Condition="'$(Configuration)' == 'Release'">
    <!--
        NOTE: Release build.  Set the warning level to maximum.  Also, disable
              warnings that tend to cause too much noise.
    -->
    <WarningLevel>4</WarningLevel>
    <NoWarn>618,1591;3001</NoWarn>
  </PropertyGroup>

  <!--
  ******************************************************************************
  **                         Relative Path Properties                         **
  ******************************************************************************
  -->

  <PropertyGroup Condition="'$(SQLiteNetDir)' != ''">
    <!--
        NOTE: Keep all the intermediate files in one place.  The Visual Studio
              IDE seems to have a nasty habit of ignoring this setting.  The
              Visual Studio IDE then fails to build the project(s) properly when
              the output does not end up where it expects the output to be.  The
              value of this property must have a trailing backslash.
    -->
    <BaseIntermediateOutputPath Condition="'$(ConfigurationSuffix)' == ''">$(SQLiteNetDir)\obj\</BaseIntermediateOutputPath>
    <BaseIntermediateOutputPath Condition="'$(ConfigurationSuffix)' != ''">$(SQLiteNetDir)\obj\$(ConfigurationSuffix)\</BaseIntermediateOutputPath>
  </PropertyGroup>

  <!--
  ******************************************************************************
  **                Per-Configuration Relative Path Properties                **
  ******************************************************************************
  -->

  <PropertyGroup Condition="'$(SQLiteNetDir)' != '' And '$(Configuration)' != ''">
    <!--
        NOTE: The final output files need to end up in one place.  The value of
              this property must have a trailing backslash.
    -->
    <BinaryOutputPath Condition="'$(BinaryOutputPath)' == ''">$(SQLiteNetDir)\bin\$(Configuration)$(ConfigurationSuffix)\bin\</BinaryOutputPath>
  </PropertyGroup>

  <!--
  ******************************************************************************
  **                      Strong Name Signing Properties                      **
  ******************************************************************************
  -->

  <PropertyGroup Condition="'$(SQLiteNetDir)' != '' And
                            !HasTrailingSlash('$(SQLiteNetDir)') And
                            Exists('$(SQLiteNetDir)\System.Data.SQLite\System.Data.SQLite.snk')">
    <!--
        NOTE: Sign the assembly?  By default, this is enabled.
    -->
    <SignAssembly Condition="'$(SignAssembly)' == ''">true</SignAssembly>

    <!--
        NOTE: Use delay signing?  By default, this is disabled because the
              default strong name key pair is included with the source code.
    -->
    <DelaySign Condition="'$(DelaySign)' == ''">false</DelaySign>

    <!--
        NOTE: The full path and file name for the strong name key pair to use.
    -->
    <AssemblyOriginatorKeyFile Condition="'$(AssemblyOriginatorKeyFile)' == '' And '$(IsCompactFramework)' == 'false'">$(SQLiteNetDir)\System.Data.SQLite\System.Data.SQLite.snk</AssemblyOriginatorKeyFile>
    <AssemblyOriginatorKeyFile Condition="'$(AssemblyOriginatorKeyFile)' == '' And '$(IsCompactFramework)' != 'false'">$(SQLiteNetDir)\System.Data.SQLite\System.Data.SQLite.CF.snk</AssemblyOriginatorKeyFile>
  </PropertyGroup>
</Project>