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How to save build results

From: Bonio Lopez <bonio.lopez_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-08-08 18:06:12 CEST

Hi software experts, I need an advice.
I have a .NET product which must be build in two different configurations.
nant build_release_standard
nant build_release_enterprise

After build I get pdb files (for debugging exceptions), obfuscation maps and
so on, which must also be saved. Earlier I had only one configuration (nant
build_release_standard) and I have just committed those files into
repository as a last operation in the build process. So I could know that
the project version xx saves this files into repository as a version xx+1.
But if I have two builds running in parallel (in the different directories)
then I get a conflict on this files. So I can't automatically commit files
into repository, without resolving an artficial conflict.
So my question is: Is it a bad idea to put obfuscation map into repository?
Where is the appropriate place of such files.
Thanks a lot,

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