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    Fixes an issue that you receive error MSB4018 when you use the MSBuild.exe to build the solution using a Visual Studio 2008 SP1 command prompt.
    Fixes an issue in which the MSBuild rebuilds unchanged IDL files unexpectedly. This issue occurs when you use the Visual Studio x64 Win64 Command Prompt in Visual Studio 2010 to rebuild a Visual C++ project.
    You use MSBuild on the command line and pass an XML file containing the build project. Rather than building a .sln directly, the XML project file contains an MSBuild task. Specify /p:platform= [some platform name] or /p:configuration= [some...
    You build a large project in Visual Studio. You are also using StyleCopTask as an MSBuild task. The build is taking a much longer time than expected to finish.
    Fixes a build process crash that occurs when you build a Visual Studio 2008-based Windows Workflow project by using MSBuild.exe in the .NET Framework 4.0 or in Team Foundation Build 2010. Various error messages are encountered when this issue occurs.
    When using msbuild.exe to push Test results to TFS 2010, results do show up associated with the build the test results were pushed to.
    Fixes an issue in which MSBuild.exe process stops responding when it builds multiple projects in parallel in Visual Studio 2010. This issue occurs when the MSBuild.exe process uses the /maxcpucount option.
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    You are building an application targeted for x86 configuration on x64 machine with Visual Studio 2010. The project contains a resource file referencing a 32-bit assembly. Target Framework selected is 3.5, 3.0 or 2.0. You may get the following error:...

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