You will find that building projects for the .NET Framework is a bit different than the classic "unmanaged code builds" that have been around before Web services were ever dreamed up. I went over the parts of building .NET code that tend to trip people in this chapter; the following is a quick list of recommendations:

  • If you build managed code, learn the basic terms of the .NET Framework and the compilation process explained in this chapter.

  • Use delayed signing when developing your project to avoid having to sign the assemblies in conjunction with your daily build.

  • Understand the risk of exposing your developer's machine to external attacks because of the skip verification list that is created when delaying signing.

  • Decide what is the most practical way of setting up your solution files for your .NET projects. Then enforce whatever policy you come up with through your CBT.

The Build Master(c) Microsoft's Software Configuration Management Best Practices
The Build Master: Microsofts Software Configuration Management Best Practices
ISBN: 0321332059
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 186

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