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How do you get TFS Build to interface with a VB6 application?  I have the source control/work items etc. working with TFS, but now I want to be able to build the Ap using a Build Type to make use of the reporting features of TFS Build.
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yes that is for source control.  i have that working.  i need to get team build working.
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http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb668958.aspx says that
Team Build does not support Visual Basic 6.0 applications by default. Use a custom post-build step to compile the Visual Basic 6.0 application. To see a similar post build step that can be used to compile a .NET 1.1 applications, see Nagaraju’s blog entry at http://blogs.msdn.com/nagarajp/archive/2005/10/26/485368.aspx or see “MSBuild task to build VB6” at http://freetodev.spaces.live.com/blog/cns!EC3C8F2028D842D5!261.entry.
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yes i read that, but i don't understand what you do with it.  have you successfully done this before?
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