Compile, Run, presto files! ???

Sep 12, 2014 at 11:49 PM
Edited Sep 12, 2014 at 11:50 PM
After I had hunted down:
internal static class Const
{
    internal const string WebSitePath = @"C:\Temp\Spanner";

    internal const string DemoWebSitePath = @"C:\Temp\Spanner\Demo";

    // Path to demoes relative to the root.
    internal static string DemoWebSiteRelativePath(string dir, string file)
    {
        return Path.Combine(@"..\Demo", dir, file);
    }
}
I got Spanner to output all of its files.

Working from there.
You may want to include this in your instructions. "E" why "E"?
Coordinator
Sep 13, 2014 at 10:44 AM
Hi, that file belongs to the project which builds the spannerjs.com web site. E: is either an accident of Windows drive naming or I like to name discs after transcendental constants.

If you have the Spanner 1.0.1 nuget package, you should be able to create your own web sites easily by copying the examples on the tutorial. If you need some advice, please let me know what you're trying to do and I'd be glad to help.

Cheers,
-- Ralph