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MSBuild selector

by Johan Baltié Win ST2/ST3

Sublime Text build system for those building with MSBuild

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  • 0.5.3
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  • 12 months ago
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MSBuild Selector

Build your Visual Studio solutions using MSBuild.

What it provides

MSBuild Selector is a build system for MSBuild users allowing them to: * Build the whole solution * Build one of the project that contain the file currently edited * Build the file currently edited

Each build option is available in all the Platform/Configuration pairs.

Usage example

Startup configuration

To activate it, select the MSBuildSelector build system, you need a Sublime project that you will configure to have:

"msbuild_selector":
{
    # A mandatory list of glob patterns to find the sub-projects (named simply projects
    # in VS)
    "patterns":    [
        "path/to/projects/*.vcxproj"
    ],
}

Note that patterns is mandatory and should contains only path relatives to the project root.

After that your just have to press the build shortcut (CTRL-B or F7).

Additional configuration

Here a more complete example of configuration:

"msbuild_selector":
{
    # Path to MSBUILD
    "command": "path/to/msbuild.exe",

    # An optional list of "root projects" a.k.a solutions in the VS world that
    # will be added to the panel to build
    "projects": [
        {
            "name": "Project name",
            "file_name": "Project.build.proj",
            "directory": "Path/to/project/"
        }
    ],

    # List of platforms you want to be able to build on.
    # Default is Win32/x64
    "platforms":
    [
        "x64"
    ],

    # List of configuration you want to be able to build on.
    # Default is Release/Debug
    "configurations":
    [
        "Release"
    ],

    # A mandatory list of glob patterns to find the sub-projects
    # (named simply projects in VS)
    "patterns":    [
        "path/to/projects/*.vcxproj",
        "path/to/projects/*.csxproj",
    ],

    # Optional environment variables that will be passed to MSBuild process
    "environment": {
        "MY_VAR": "my_value"
    },

    # Regexp to match error (see build system documentation)
    # Default is "^\\s*(.+)\\(([0-9]+)\\)\\s*:\\s*(.*)"
    "file_regex": "^\\s*(.+)\\(([0-9]+)\\)\\s*:\\s*(.*)"
}

Additional commands

It also provides two commands: * “msbuild_selector_project”: allows to launch the build on a project or a solution find with the patterns. It will open the quick panel to allow selection of what has to be build. * “msbuild_selector_file”: try to find the projects where the file exists and open a quick panel to allow selection of what to build. It is the command used by the build system.