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automated builds and the "References Path"

 
 
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      22nd Jul 2004
I'm setting up a script to build a C# solution, with several assemblies ( dlll's ). The script language would probably be VBScript, within a Windows Script ( .wsf ) file. The main build step is done by running the command-line program "devenv.com", for Visual Studio .NET 2003.

An earlier step I need to is to add a folder ( "X:\" ) to the "References Path" for each project in the solution. Can anyone say a way to do that in a script ?

Thanks for any help.

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