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compile and publish visual studio 2008 project on the command line

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I am trying to compile and publish a visual studio 2008 project from the command line.  Any ideas on how to get this done?
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The accepted solution above contains two links. The first link is still good, the second link no longer exists.

While the information contained in the first link may work for Visual Basic .Net, it would not work for C#.  And the original question did not restrict the question to only Visual Basic.

The proper build tool to use is msbuild. For an overview of msbuild that is appropriate for Visual Studio 2008, see the following link:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms171452.aspx
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