Building the Project from the Source

The easiest way to build the project yourself is to use Mercurial to pull the source code. There is a nice help here on codeplex with a webcast describing the process pretty well.

In the root directory there is a build.bat file which compiles the binaries and creates a zip archive ready to use. For this build the Microsoft .Net SDK is enough. However if you wan't to debug through the code or add some custom extension you are a lot better off using Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.

If you add some features which you think would be nice to have in the base library, just commit the changes into a fork and send me a pull request. I'm always on the lookout to extend the library and any help or input is greatly appreciated.

Last edited Mar 7, 2011 at 8:19 PM by domo42, version 3

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