Build systems are tools used for compiling source code and assembling/packaging the results.

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Security error on asp.net system after deployment of bug fix dll

I (recently inherited) a asp.net web application in production. After fixing a generic bug in the area of making a table selection - we have a problem regarding security policies not allowing access ...
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How do webpack and gulp complement each other?

I've started with TypeScript 2.5 years ago with Visual Studio and ASP.Net MVC. VS Web Essentials would compile ts files on save and the WebOptimizer library would bundle them together at runtime in a ...
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Pipeline-like calculations with intermediate files: should I use a build system?

I have seen multiple examples of systems that are organized essentially like a pipeline. Each stage produces some intermediate files which are then consumed by the next stage. Also, these take a long ...
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Separate Version Control repository as Binary Package repository?

(( The context I have is, but is I think not too important to this question: Windows only development; Visual Studio; mostly C++ with some .NET/C# )) (I think that) Binaries should go into Version ...
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Are there more generic alternatives for the HAR format?

I'm working on a build tool, and would like to track and report on the various phases that my inputs and outputs go through. (mostly for performance analysis and optimization) I already know about ...
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Gradle workflow with project dependencies

I'm wondering how people develop day-to-day with Gradle and how they manage in-house dependencies. Let's say we have a main project with the following in-house dependencies: proj depends on dep1 ...