MVC :: Publish P1 Application In Release Mode?

Oct 2, 2010

I am creating a Console Application and in its code I need to Publish a MVC 3 P1 Application in Release mode.

Just like I do when, in VS2010, I right click the project, click Publish and set the folder to which it should be published.

How can I do this?

Basically I am trying to create a Console Application that publishes an MVC Application and copies some other folders to a Release Folder.

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