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System.Data.SQLite.dll.config in final build

Eric Kundl-2
Using VS and SQLite (from NuGet pkg).

After the 'build' of the solution/project, the file
System.Data.SQLite.dll.config is included in the bin\release folder.

It has a note in it: do not copy this file to any of  the build output
directories

 

How do I prevent it from appearing in the build output directory?

Or do I just need to delete it after the build?

Or is it ok to just leave it there?

 

 

thanks, Eric Kundl

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his facts."

--Bernard M. Baruch (1870 - 1965)

 

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Re: System.Data.SQLite.dll.config in final build

Joe Mistachkin-3

Eric Kundl wrote:
>
> Using VS and SQLite (from NuGet pkg).
>

What version of Visual Studio and NuGet are you using?

>
> After the 'build' of the solution/project, the file
> System.Data.SQLite.dll.config is included in the bin\release folder.
>

I have not seen this behavior before.  Are you manually customizing the
MSBuild files for the project?

>
> It has a note in it: do not copy this file to any of  the build output
> directories
>

Generally, it's not supposed to be in those directories.  Is it causing
any issues when loading the native SQLite interop assembly?

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Joe Mistachkin

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Re: System.Data.SQLite.dll.config in final build

Eric Kundl
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Joe Mistachkin wrote:

 

>

> Using VS and SQLite (from NuGet pkg).

>

 

What version of Visual Studio and NuGet are you using?

 

>

> After the 'build' of the solution/project, the file

> System.Data.SQLite.dll.config is included in the bin\release folder.

>

 

I have not seen this behavior before.  Are you manually customizing the

MSBuild files for the project?

 

>

> It has a note in it: do not copy this file to any of  the build output

> directories

>

 

Generally, it's not supposed to be in those directories.  Is it causing

any issues when loading the native SQLite interop assembly?

 

Joe,

VS version is VS Community 2017, v15.9.13

Nuget version is v4.6.0 per VS About box.

And I'm using the SQLite.Data.SQLite.Core v1.0.111 pkg from Nuget.

Also the Dapper v 1.60.6 pkg from Nuget.

I'm using the VS \Build\Clean\ and \Build\Build Solution, not MSBuild
directly.

And  the default configuration for the Debug\Build and Release\Build.

 

They aren't causing a problems so far, but it's a new project that hasn't
been released yet.

I also get .xml files: Dapper.xml and System.Data.SQLite.xml

Deleting them after the build seems to not cause any problem.

 

So it sounds like I don't need them.

 

Thanks . eric

 

 

 

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