C# Compiler Options
The compiler produces executable (.exe) files, dynamic-link libraries (.dll), or code modules (.netmodule).
Every compiler option is available in two forms: -option and /option. The documentation only shows the /option form.
In Visual Web Developer 2008, you set compiler options in the web.config file. For more information, see <compiler> Element.
In This Section
- Command-line Building With csc.exe
Information about building a Visual C# application from the command line.
- How to: Set Environment Variables for the Visual Studio Command Line
Provides steps for running vsvars32.bat to enable command-line builds.
- Deployment of C# Applications
Describes options for deploying C# applications.
- C# Compiler Options Listed by Category
A categorical listing of the compiler options.
- C# Compiler Options Listed Alphabetically
An alphabetical listing of the compiler options.
- Build Page, Project Designer
Setting properties that govern how your project is compiled, built, and debugged. Includes information about custom build steps in Visual C# projects.
- Default and Custom Builds
Information on build types and configurations.
- Preparing and Managing Builds
Procedures for building within the Visual Studio development environment.