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ducati996guy


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Posted: 06/09/2009, 4:59 PM

Hi,

Is there a quick way to compile my whole ASP.net project? To date I have been running in source mode with the code compiling as it loads. What is the best practise for getting the whole project compiled once I feel it is in production.

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Posted: 06/09/2009, 5:28 PM

Hi David,

By definition NO, because .NET compiles a project as quickly as it can. Only if you don't need to compile the whole project then it can be faster, for example when compiling a single page.

I work with InMotion to some level but rarely need to compile the whole project. I usually press Ctrl+F8 to publish just the page, which compiles very quickly. What specifically are you doing or changing that would require compiling the whole project?

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ducati996guy


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Posted: 06/09/2009, 5:51 PM

Hi Peter,

thanks for your reply. perhaps my approach is all wrong? I work on a page, then ctrl-F8 to publish. This copies the html, aspx and aspx.vb to the folder. I then run in the browser. As the page loads, the page gets compiled.

What i was more looking for was to ensure the pproject was a .dll and ran compiled

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Posted: 06/09/2009, 6:22 PM

David,

Since only the page is compiled then it is much better than compiling an entire project. Thus even if you could compile a .dll to run it compiled on the server, the .dll compilation itself would take long time. Therefore allowing just the page to compile seems reasonable and shouldn't take long. Compiling a page takes maybe couple seconds on our servers, while the whole project compiles for 30+ seconds.

I suspect you want to compile your whole application on your computer before uploading to the server, but I'm not sure how quickly youd' give up on compiling a whole application (30+ sec) just to upload a single page.

Also see this (older) article:
http://www.codeguru.com/columns/experts/article.php/c4651

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melvyn


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Posted: 06/10/2009, 8:51 PM

I'm just curious. I'm going to try InMotion. Peter always refer to it in good ways and it's obvios that Yes try to make InMotion the flagship of CCS.

I'm used to see the glass half filled... let's se...
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Posted: 06/12/2009, 3:28 PM

Melvyn ... keep us posted.

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> I'm just curious. I'm going to try InMotion. Peter always refer to it in
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> ways and it's obvios that Yes try to make InMotion the flagship of CCS.
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FERAD

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Posted: 07/15/2009, 9:51 AM

Hey Melvyn:

What did you find out. It has been over a month since you dived in.

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