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White Tie 1.3.14

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Change Set: f15c8141fc7a
Released: Mar 12, 2016
Updated: Mar 12, 2016 by davedev
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Release Notes

White Tie is available as a NuGet package.
  • Support for Visual Studio 2015 without requiring NuGet Package Restore to be enabled on the solution.
  • Future-proofed for new VS releases so that the lib folder name is inferred from the target framework rather than requiring White Tie to be updated with explicit mappings; e.g., a hypothetical v4.6.2 will become net462.
  • Fixed Sandcastle colorizer reference path (thanks to contribution from drmannion)
  • Fixed a bug that caused a fatal build error for certain kinds of projects; e.g., a WPF application project.
  • Fixed Identify Referenced Flavors as Dependencies
  • Fixed Exclude Dependency Assembly References
  • Added support for building NuGet packages targeting the full/client .NET 4.0.3 profiles (portable profiles were already supported).
  • Fixed a bug that caused NuGet to fail with duplicate dependency errors in certain scenarios.
  • Prerelease Configurations
  • Fixed: The target "CreateCodeContractReferenceAssembly" does not exist in the project.
  • Builds documentation when Sandcastle is installed.
    • The compiled help file is also added to the NuGet package, if one is generated.
  • Can now optionally build a "development dependency" package.
  • Supports additional target Framework "flavors" in the NuGet package via special project references.
    • Includes deeply referenced assemblies, NuGet dependencies, Code Contract assemblies, serialization assemblies, symbols and XML documentation files.
This feature allows non-referenced projects to be included as "flavors" of the current project's NuGet package. Each flavor is placed in its specific target framework folder under the lib folder in the NuGet package.

To include a target framework flavor, you must edit your project file and add the following XML element:

<NuGetFlavor Include="..\other\other.csproj" />

See Configuration for details.

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