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Specifying the msbuild configuration for a Delphi project on the commandline – twm’s blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/07/02

Reminder to self: check my own build configurations as there is a difference for Delphi 2007 and Delphi >= 2009: [WayBackSpecifying the msbuild configuration for a Delphi project on the commandline – twm’s blog.

Thomas indicate that:

  • Delphi 2007 uses /p:Config=Debug (or Release)
  • Delphi 2009+ uses /p:Configugration=Debug (or Release)

From my own notes, I think Delphi >= 2009 also understands the Delphi 2007 way.

Via: [WayBack] Starting with Delphi 2007 EmBorCodera switched to msbuild for the build system. The newly introduced .dproj file used since then is a valid build script… – Thomas Mueller (dummzeuch) – Google+



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