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C#

Rowen Coss
Rowen Coss
689 Points

Is there any faster way to Compile and run the new code we are adding?

I feel like typing "mcs -out:TreehouseDefense.exe *.cs && mono TreehouseDefense.exe" takes too long if I am going to be following this course in Workspaces and adding all the code. I tried copying it, but you can't even paste in the bottom window. any help?

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,692 Points

The console has the ability to create command aliases, so if you enter this just once:

alias run="mcs -out:TreehouseDefense.exe *.cs && mono TreehouseDefense.exe"

...then you can build/run throughout the remainder of the session by just typing run.