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[VS.net 2008] create files when compiling

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hi, Sorry if this is not sure this is the wright place to post this. I want to create files when I compile my solution but I have no Idea how to... here's what I want : check all classes (unknown number of classes) derived from a (given) class if a string isn't empty, if not create a (text)file with some info (member data of the class). How can this be done? the problem is that I want those files created when I compile my solution... so that I get an executable and the files. I hope you understand my problem! I'm using Visual Studios 2008. grtz

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