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Why Microsoft Ajax Minifier dosen't minfi the file when used with team build 2010?

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 10, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 

Hi,

I just used the wonderful tool Microsoft Ajax Minifier and it's working very well when I build my MVC application on my machine but when I check-in in source control and started build by the Team Build 2010 it doesn't create the min files, for sure I can't put the mini files inside the source control as the recommendation from the Microsoft Ajax Minifier because it's like the dll it's generated every time you build your application so no need to put it in source control beside it can't be because you  will need always to check-out this file to build and this will prevent other from build using the team build, so what I need to do to make generate the mini file with team build 2010????




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