103 packages returned for Tags:"transform"

XDT (XML Document Transform) publish tool for .NET Core CLI. Contains the dotnet-transform-xdt command for transforming XML files at publishing time.
Transforms all *.config files at build time instead of the default MSBuild behaviour of only transforming the configuration file matching the current build configuration.
This package enables you to transform your app.config or any other XML file based on the build configuration. It also adds additional tooling to help you create XML transforms.. Written by: Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi, Chuck England and Bill Hiebert
SlowMonkey allows you to use the same kind of config transformations that are used in ASP.NET projects with executable and class library projects. It is inspired by Sayed Hashimi's SlowCheetah package but is designed to work with Mono's xbuild as well as .NET's MSBuild.
  • 1,903 total downloads
  • last updated 3/8/2016
  • Latest version: 1.1.1
  • transform xml
A simple wrapper around the MSBuild TransformXml task from Visual Studio 2015.
  • 337 total downloads
  • last updated 10/24/2017
  • Latest version: 1.0.0
  • Config Transform
Installs build targets for handling of user specific config file overrides at solution and project level. (i.e. transforms not in project or source control)
  • 8,848 total downloads
  • last updated 6/24/2016
  • Latest version: 1.0.30-dev
  • T4 Transform CodeGen
T4 (Text Template Transformation Toolkit) Library used by other DHGMS open source projects.
Copies all "App.*.config" transform files as a series of corresponding of "{AssemblyName}.*.config" files to the build output directory regardless of the chosen build configuration.
App.Config and log4net.config Transform. In advance, App.Debug.config, App.Main.config, App.Hotfix.config, App.Release.config, log4net.Debug.config, log4net.Main.config, log4net.Hotfix.config, log4net.Release.config is available. log4net.config file will be included in the clickonce publish.
A tasty little treat that turns your objects into query strings. (a.k.a. Objects baked into a URLs)