When we are generating a plugin project using Power Platform CLI > “pac plugininit” command, the csproj that is being generated it’s different from the onethat SparkleXrm by Scott Durrow has (the plugin project generated using “pacplugin init” I believe using minimal csproj file). That is why when we are installing spkl.
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SPKL (Solution Packager Command Line Interface) is an open-source tool used for packaging and deploying customizations for Microsoft Dynamics 365 and Power Platform solutions. It is a command-line tool that enables developers and solution architects to manage solutions, automate solution packaging and deployment tasks, and integrate with source control systems.
SPKL provides several benefits, including the ability to package multiple solutions into a single package, automate deployment tasks, and support version control. It also provides support for managing solution components, such as workflows, plugins, and web resources, as well as for managing solution dependencies.
Overall, SPKL is a powerful tool that helps developers streamline solution packaging and deployment tasks for Dynamics 365 and Power Platform solutions.
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