Bitbucket Backup / build.proj

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Project xmlns="" DefaultTargets="Start">

	<!-- Variables -->

		<!-- Release Folder -->
		<!-- To change the output folder, use the following parameter: /p:BuildDir=C:\BuildTest-->

		<!-- Build Folder -->


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

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

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

	<!-- copy files to release folder -->
	<Target Name="CopyRelease">
		<MakeDir Directories="$(ReleaseDir)"/>
		<Copy SourceFiles="@(ReleaseFiles)" DestinationFiles="@(ReleaseFiles -> '$(ReleaseDir)\%(RecursiveDir)%(Filename)%(Extension)')"/>


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