This is a great idea. It will help move it up in priority if it gets more votes.
Thanks for the suggestion. I moved this to the “Show Me How with Code” forum.
Sounds like a good suggestion.
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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.Erraach-walid commented
thanks and sorry!
Thanks for the suggestion, I’m looking into this. The thought that I have is to do this convention based. So if you have a file named app_offline-template.htm then we use that file for app_offline.htm. Please let me know if that design doesn’t work for you.
We are looking into how can we provide this functionality. we want to provide it in such a way so that it is easy to customize and use it in your app.
As part of ASP.NET vNext we will ensure that ASP.NET vNext runs on Mono. You can read more about ASP.NET vNext http://blogs.msdn.com/b/webdev/archive/2014/06/03/asp-net-vnext-in-visual-studio-14-ctp.aspx