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Old 03-26-2004, 07:46 AM
kinook kinook is online now
Join Date: 03-06-2001
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Scripting would be necessary. The following in a Log Message step at the end of the build would give the build time in seconds (VBScript must be the default script language in Tools | Application Options | General):

Build elapsed time = [DateDiff("s", Builder.StartTime, Now)] seconds

Or in a Run Script step (if VBScript is not the default language):

Builder.LogMessage "Build elapsed time = " & DateDiff("s", Builder.StartTime, Now) & " seconds"

Or to get a different time interval, get the start time as mentioned in the previous post and replace Builder.StartTime with CDate("%START_TIME%") replacing START_TIME with whatever macro name you used.
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