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Comment:Updates to the build instructions.
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SHA1: e69b9c401c8edc3f226b7ee463ee1d50f408e89e
User & Date: shaneh 2011-04-12 15:23:23
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2011-04-12
16:03
Fix post-build conditional for XCOPY task. Remove superfluous ItemGroup for embedded resources from LINQ projects. check-in: c584d03d83 user: mistachkin tags: trunk
15:23
Updates to the build instructions. check-in: e69b9c401c user: shaneh tags: trunk
12:42
Increase version number to 3.7.6 and 1.0.69.0 in preparation for the upcoming release. check-in: 1da75aaa06 user: shaneh tags: trunk
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Unless otherwise noted, all steps need to be done in the order specified.
</p>

<p>You will need a Visual Studio 2008, 2010, or 2010 SP1 development environment for this build.</p>

<p>
Thanks to the hard work of Joe Mistachkin, the build environment has been setup
using modular solution and property files.  SQLite.NET.2008.sln is the top level solution
for VS2008 and SQLite.NET.2010.sln for VS2010.  In general, files with 2008 in the 



name (eg. SQLite.Interop.2008.vcproj) or files ending in .vsprops are 
project and property files for the VS2008 solution.  Files with 2010 in the 
name (eg. SQLite.Interop.2010.vcxproj) or files ending in .props are 
property and project files for the VS2010 solution.  When making changes, 
you should make changes to both to keep them in sync.
</p>

<p>
You can either manually build the SDS using the supplied Visual Studio solutions,
or follow the steps outlined in the Build Automation section below.
................................................................................
  <li>Make sure everything succeeds with no errors.  InnoSetup should produce
  "success" messages very similar to the following:

  Successful compile (X.XXX sec). Resulting Setup program filename is:
  </li>
</ol>


<h3><a name="build.bat">build.bat Desription</a></h3>

<p>
  build.bat is the top level batch file for build automation and should be called
  with the configuration and platform to build:
  <ul>
    build.bat &lt;CONFIGURATION&gt; &lt;PLATFORM&gt;<br>
  </ul>
  This starts by setting 3 environment variables:
  <ul>
    ROOT (eg. &lt;pwd&gt;\..)<br>
    CONFIGURATION (eg. ReleaseNativeOnly)<br>
    PLATFORM (eg. Win32)<br>
  </ul>
  These are used to call another .bat file (eg. set_ReleaseNativeOnly_x64.bat)
  which calls set_ReleaseNativeOnly.bat to setup more variables to specify
  which .NET Framework to use:
  <ul>
    NETFX35ONLY=1 - set from set_ReleaseNativeOnly.bat<br>
    YEAR=2008 - set from set_ReleaseNativeOnly.bat<br>
    YEARS=%YEAR% - set from set_ReleaseNativeOnly.bat<br>
  </ul>
  build.bat attempts to set additional variables based on the chosen
  and available .NET Framework.
  <ul>
    YEAR (eg. 2008)<br>
    FRAMEWORKDIR (eg. %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5)<br>
  </ul>
  The PATH variable is updated to include the directory specified by FRAMEWORKDIR.<br>
  At this point, several variables are setup for the call to 
  [http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0k6kkbsd.aspx | MSBuild]
  <ul>
    SOLUTION (eg. .\SQLite.NET.2008.sln)
    TARGET (eg. Rebuild)
    LOGGING
  </ul>
  MSBuild.exe is called to build the solution.
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Unless otherwise noted, all steps need to be done in the order specified.
</p>

<p>You will need a Visual Studio 2008, 2010, or 2010 SP1 development environment for this build.</p>

<p>
Thanks to the hard work of Joe Mistachkin, the build environment has been setup
using modular solution and property files.
<ul>
SQLite.NET.2008.sln is the top level solution for VS2008.<br />
SQLite.NET.2010.sln is the top level solution for VS2010.<br />
</ul>
<p>In general, files with 2008 in the name (eg. SQLite.Interop.2008.vcproj) 
or files ending in .vsprops are project and property files for the VS2008 solution. 
Files with 2010 in the name (eg. SQLite.Interop.2010.vcxproj) or files ending in .props are 
property and project files for the VS2010 solution.  When making changes, 
you should make changes to both to keep them in sync.
</p>

<p>
You can either manually build the SDS using the supplied Visual Studio solutions,
or follow the steps outlined in the Build Automation section below.
................................................................................
  <li>Make sure everything succeeds with no errors.  InnoSetup should produce
  "success" messages very similar to the following:

  Successful compile (X.XXX sec). Resulting Setup program filename is:
  </li>
</ol>

<a name="build.bat"></a>
<h3>build.bat Desription</h3>

<p>
  build.bat is the top level batch file for build automation and should be called
  with the configuration and platform to build:
  <ul>
    build.bat &lt;CONFIGURATION&gt; &lt;PLATFORM&gt;<br />
  </ul>
  This starts by setting 3 environment variables:
  <ul>
    ROOT (eg. &lt;pwd&gt;\..)<br />
    CONFIGURATION (eg. ReleaseNativeOnly)<br />
    PLATFORM (eg. Win32)<br />
  </ul>
  These are used to call another .bat file (eg. set_ReleaseNativeOnly_x64.bat)
  which calls set_ReleaseNativeOnly.bat to setup more variables to specify
  which .NET Framework to use:
  <ul>
    NETFX35ONLY=1 - set from set_ReleaseNativeOnly.bat<br />
    YEAR=2008 - set from set_ReleaseNativeOnly.bat<br />
    YEARS=%YEAR% - set from set_ReleaseNativeOnly.bat<br />
  </ul>
  build.bat attempts to set additional variables based on the chosen
  and available .NET Framework.
  <ul>
    YEAR (eg. 2008)<br />
    FRAMEWORKDIR (eg. %windir%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5)<br />
  </ul>
  The PATH variable is updated to include the directory specified by FRAMEWORKDIR.<br />
  At this point, several variables are setup for the call to 
  [http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/0k6kkbsd.aspx | MSBuild]
  <ul>
    SOLUTION (eg. .\SQLite.NET.2008.sln)
    TARGET (eg. Rebuild)
    LOGGING
  </ul>
  MSBuild.exe is called to build the solution.
</p>