Building Multi-language Applications with Visual Studio
sponsored by OpenMake Software

A number of inherent limitations exist within Microsoft Visual Studio. Because it is a tool that is built by and for Microsoft products, it is only useful for development within the Microsoft framework. Furthermore, it is often impossible for developers to use the technology to build and manage multiple solutions. This subsequently reduces a business’ software build functionality.

This white paper discusses how to enhance the software build functionality of Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and 2008 in conjunction with Microsoft Team Foundation server. Explore the challenges faced by Visual Studio developers when managing project and solution level builds. Discover how to extend multi-language and multi-platform builds to Visual studio developer, leveraging the technology of Microsoft Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server and Team Build technology.

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