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      8 comments  ·  General ASP.NET » General ASP.NET  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      This suggestion has not gained enough votes to include this out of the box.

      I'm the creator of SideWaffle (http://sidewaffle) and I think adding a Zurb template would be a great idea. Adding a new template is pretty easy. If anyone is interested in creating (and maintaining) a Zurb template. If your interested please open an issue so that we can discuss your proposal https://github.com/ligershark/side-waffle/issues.

      Thanks for the suggestion. Let's see how many votes this gets!

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        2 comments  ·  General ASP.NET » Tooling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

        Thanks Vasile, I've asked the IIS Express team to take a look at this and respond back.

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          Thanks for the suggestion. I think this is better suited on http://visualstudio.uservoice.com. I will contact the team and see what the process is to migrate this issue.

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            2 comments  ·  General ASP.NET  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

            Have you guys seen our tutorial regarding this at http://www.asp.net/mvc/tutorials/deployment/visual-studio-web-deployment/command-line-deployment?

            Can you take a look and let me know what you feel is missing here?

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              0 comments  ·  General ASP.NET » Web Deployment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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                18 comments  ·  General ASP.NET  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

                Hi Steve, thanks for the comments. The blog post that I have is more targeted executing app offline with the integrated build+publish experience. If you are calling msdeploy.exe you can use the new -enableRule for app offline.

                We have not yet added support for this rule in our build/publish MSBuild targets. We have not done that yet for the following reasons:
                * It requires MSDeploy v3 on the server
                * It currently does not support a custom app offline file

                I am working with the MSDeploy team to get support for custom app offline files (the feature was implemented, but we had to disable it at the last minute due to a security concern).

                @Bert in the next version of Visual Studio you will be able to create a transform based on the publish profile. So if you have a publish profile named "TestEnv" then if a web.config transform with the name web.TestEnv.config exists it will be invoked.

                @Benjamin, I agree. I'm thinking that if there was a file named app_offline-template.html (or smtg similar to it) and that is the one which gets converted to app_offline.htm. If there is none then just drop an empty file for the default message.

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                  5 comments  ·  General ASP.NET » Tooling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

                  Hi Simon, thanks for the feedback. Can you clarify what you are looking for here?

                  Hi Khurram, you should be able to do this today but it would require some tweaking. If you have any questions regarding how to do it please email me at sayedha [AT] {Microsoft}[DOTcom].

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                    completed  ·  1 comment  ·  General ASP.NET  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

                    In VS2012 when you publish/package your application you can now precompile/merge the site using the Package/Publish Web tab. Can you take a look and let us know if this doesn't meet your needs? If it doesn't please reactivate this item with more details on your scenario.

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                      5 comments  ·  General ASP.NET » Tooling  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

                      Thanks for the suggestion. If I understand you correctly you want to be able to create a single Web Deploy package and then use that to publish to multiple destinations, including executing the web.config transform?

                      We are certainly looking at this scenario. I have created a prototype of what this support might look like. I’d love to get your thoughts on it. I’ve created a 5 minute video. You can take a look at http://sedodream.com/2012/03/14/PackageWebUpdatedAndVideoBelow.aspx.

                      Today web.config transforms are only applied during publish time. If you have web.release.config defined it will only transform web.config when your Web project is packaged/published.
                      It would be good to have a built in mechanism to transform web.config (and possibly other files) during development. For instance if you are building in Release mode and you start a debugging session you should be able to transform web.config in a similar (or exact) fashion as web.release.config is used during publish/package.

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