Error handling in msbuild task

I am confused with a behaviour of msbuild task (both js and css). It produces an error log on js or css parsing error, but the task itself does not fail (i.e. return code is true). I've made a litt...

Id #11810 | Release: None | Updated: Tue at 9:08 AM by freeranger | Created: Aug 5 at 1:51 PM by namelessone

msbuild.dll doesn't get version

It seems msbuild.dll is getting version 0.0.0.0 while the official dll does have 2.4.0.0

Id #11780 | Release: None | Updated: Aug 8 at 7:12 PM by freeranger | Created: Jul 11 at 7:54 PM by katlimruiz

Error using new version 2.4.0

On Line BundleConfig.RegisterBundles(BundleTable.Bundles); Inheritance security rules violated while overriding member: 'Yahoo.Yui.Compressor.Web.Optimization.YuiCompressorTransform.Process(System...

Id #11748 | Release: None | Updated: Aug 9 at 1:03 AM by purekrome | Created: Jun 6 at 4:13 PM by vickyrajsharma

missing name after . operator

based on this http://bundletransformer.codeplex.com/workitem/30 it seems the YUI Compressor doesn't work with jQuery 2.0? or am i missing something?

Id #11742 | Release: None | Updated: Jun 4 at 5:48 PM by willeyams | Created: Jun 4 at 5:48 PM by willeyams

support for js map files

Is there any why to hook into the compression to include references to js map files? We still want the ability to debug compressed javascript by having js map file references. Thanks!

Id #11663 | Release: None | Updated: Apr 10 at 9:48 PM by duckfactory | Created: Apr 10 at 4:29 PM by duckfactory

Line numbers not passed to ErrorReporter in JavascriptCompressor

Currently, only the message is passed to the ErrorReporter, with a line number of -1, for warnings and errors. When using JavascriptCompressor to not only compress but also verify the correctness o...

Id #6032 | Release: Version 1.5.0.0 - Jalthi | Updated: Feb 21, 2013 at 11:55 PM by freeranger | Created: May 14, 2010 at 4:48 PM by paulirwin

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