Bitbucket Backup / build.proj

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Project xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003" DefaultTargets="Start">

  <!-- Variables -->
  <PropertyGroup>

    <!-- Release Folder -->
    <!-- To change the output folder, use the following parameter: /p:BuildDir=C:\BuildTest-->
    <ReleaseDir>release</ReleaseDir>
	
    <!-- Build Folder -->
    <OutDir>src\BitbucketBackup\bin\Release</OutDir>

  </PropertyGroup>
  

  <!-- "Autostart" -->
  <Target Name="Start">
    <CallTarget Targets="DeleteReleaseFolder"/>
    <CallTarget Targets="Build"/>
    <CallTarget Targets="CopyRelease"/>
  </Target>


  <!-- delete and re-create build folder -->
  <Target Name="DeleteReleaseFolder">
    <RemoveDir Directories="$(ReleaseDir)"/>
  </Target>


  <!-- compile solution as release -->
  <Target Name="Build">
    <MSBuild Projects="src\BitbucketBackup.sln" Properties="Configuration=Release"/>
  </Target>


  <!-- copy files to release folder -->
  <Target Name="CopyRelease">
    <MakeDir Directories="$(ReleaseDir)"/>
    <ItemGroup>
      <ReleaseFiles
          Include="$(OutDir)\**\*.*;
					README.md;
					License.txt"
          Exclude="$(OutDir)\*.pdb;
					$(OutDir)\*.xml">
      </ReleaseFiles>
    </ItemGroup>
    <Copy SourceFiles="@(ReleaseFiles)" DestinationFiles="@(ReleaseFiles -> '$(ReleaseDir)\%(RecursiveDir)%(Filename)%(Extension)')"/>
	
	<!-- rename App.config.example to app.config -->
	<Copy 
		SourceFiles="$(ReleaseDir)\App.config.example" 
		DestinationFiles="$(ReleaseDir)\BitbucketBackup.exe.config"/>	
	<Delete Files="$(ReleaseDir)\App.config.example"/>
	
  </Target>


</Project>
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