ProjectInstance Constructor (ProjectRootElement, IDictionary<String, String>, String, String, ProjectCollection)

 

Creates a new project instance and initializes it from the given project root, using the given global properties, tools version, and project collection

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Namespace:   Microsoft.Build.Execution
Assembly:  Microsoft.Build (in Microsoft.Build.dll)

new : 
        xml:ProjectRootElement *
        globalProperties:IDictionary<stringstring> *
        toolsVersion:string *
        subToolsetVersion:string *
        projectCollection:ProjectCollection -> ProjectInstance

Parameters

xml
Type: Microsoft.Build.Construction.ProjectRootElement

The project root element.

globalProperties
Type: System.Collections.Generic.IDictionary<StringString>

The global properties to use. May be null.

toolsVersion
Type: System.String

The tools version. May be null.

subToolsetVersion
Type: System.String

The sub toolset version. May be null.

projectCollection
Type: Microsoft.Build.Evaluation.ProjectCollection

Project collection.

No intermediate Project object is created. This is useful if a project is going to be built, but not displayed or edited.

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