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Microsoft.Build.Tasks.Hosting

Microsoft.Build.Tasks.Hosting Namespace

  Interface Description
Public interface IAnalyzerHostObject Defines an interface for the Vbc/Csc tasks to communicate information about analyzers and rulesets to the IDE.
Public interface ICscHostObject Defines an interface that allows the Csc task to communicate with the host integrated development environment (IDE).MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
Public interface ICscHostObject2 Defines an interface that allows the Csc task to communicate with the host integrated development environment (IDE).MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
Public interface ICscHostObject3 Represents the Csc host compiler.MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
Public interface ICscHostObject4 Represents the Csc host compiler.MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
Public interface ICscHostObject5
Public interface IVbcHostObject Defines an interface that allows the Vbc task to communicate with the host integrated development environment (IDE).MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
Public interface IVbcHostObject2 Defines an interface that allows the Vbc task to communicate with the host integrated development environment (IDE).MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
Public interface IVbcHostObject3 Defines an interface that allows the Vbc task to communicate with the host integrated development environment (IDE).MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
Public interface IVbcHostObject4 Defines an interface for the Vbc task to communicate with the IDE. In particular, the Vbc task will delegate the actual compilation to the IDE, rather than shelling out to the command-line compilers.MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
Public interface IVbcHostObject5 Defines an interface that proffers a free-threaded host object that allows for background threads to call directly (avoids marshalling to the UI thread.MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
Public interface IVbcHostObject6
Public interface IVbcHostObjectFreeThreaded Defines a free-threaded interface for the Vbc task to communicate with the IDE. In particular, the Vbc task will delegate the actual compilation to the IDE, rather than shelling out to the command-line compilers. This particular version of Compile (unlike the IVbcHostObject::Compile) is not marshalled back to the UI thread. The implementor of the interface is responsible for any marshalling.MSBuild is now included in Visual Studio instead of the .NET Framework. You can use MSBuild 12.0 side-by-side with versions previously deployed with the .NET Framework.For more information, see What's New in MSBuild 12.0.
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