I need to know how to specify a folder as a documentation source on the command line.
What is the quick and easy way to do that?
The case is that we have all our Documentation Sources (DLL files and XML files) kept in one location, "C:\DocTargets\".\
We continually have new projects added and old projects removed.
Our current process is to have the following script run every 3 hours to rebuild the docs, which works fine-- EXCEPT for the fact that it runs on the Documentation Sources that have been added into the Schfb Project file manually-- it does not run on all
the contents of the given folder.
The problem is that we DO NOT want to have to open the Schfb Project file manually and add new Documentation Sources by hand.
How can we do this on the command line?
We currently have this...
%SystemRoot%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5\MSBuild.exe /p:FooterText="(This help file was built on %date% at %time%.)" C:\Code\Team\Tapi\Tapi02.shfbproj
We want to change to something like this...
%SystemRoot%\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5\MSBuild.exe /p:FooterText="(This help file was built on %date% at %time%.)" p:/DocumentationSource="C:\DocTargets\*.*" C:\Code\Team\Tapi\Tapi02.shfbproj
...but we do not know the correct syntax.
Can you help?
-- Mark Kamoski