Build. Evaluation Namespace
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Contains types that the MSBuild object model uses to evaluate projects. Each project is associated with one or more project roots. For information, see MSBuild.
Data class representing a result from GetAllGlobs() and its overloads. This represents all globs found in an item include together with the item element it came from, the excludes that were present on that item, and all the Remove item elements pertaining to the Include item element.
Represents an evaluated project with design time semantics. Always backed by XML; can be built directly, or an instance can be cloned off to add virtual items/properties and build. Edits to this project always update the backing XML.
Event arguments for the ProjectChanged event.
This class encapsulates a set of related projects, their toolsets, a default set of global properties, and the loggers that should be used to build them. A global version of this class acts as the default ProjectCollection. Multiple ProjectCollections can exist within an appdomain. However, these must not build concurrently.
Event to provide information about what project just got added to the project collection.
Event arguments for the ProjectCollectionChanged event.
An evaluated design-time item
An evaluated item definition for a particular item-type.
An evaluated design-time metadatum. Parented either by a ProjectItemDefinition or a ProjectItem.
An evaluated design-time property
Event arguments for the ProjectXmlChanged event.
Data class representing a result from GetItemProvenance(String) and its overloads.
Aggregation of a set of properties that correspond to a particular sub-toolset.
Aggregation of a toolset version (eg. "2.0"), tools path, and optional set of associated properties. Toolset is immutable.
Encapsulates an import relationship in an evaluated project between a ProjectImportElement and the ProjectRootElement of the imported project.
Flags to control options when creating a new, in memory, project.
Enum that specifies how an item element references an item.
Properties or other mutable state associated with a ProjectCollection.
Flags for controlling the project load.
Bit flag enum that specifies how a string representing an item matched against an itemspec.
Flags for controlling the toolset initialization.
Handler to receive which project got added to the project collection.