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Extension used in DOTNET and MSBuild Projects

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.proj
A popular convention for generic use. Commonly used by a main build script.
Examples:
build.proj
main.proj
company.product.build.proj
.targets
.targets files are those which is meant to be imported into other files using the Import element. Since these files are strictly re-useable they don’t actually build anything. They typically are missing the properties and item values to actually build anything.
Examples:
Microsoft.Common.targets
Microsoft.CSharp.targets
Microsoft.Data.Entity.targets
.**proj
Language specific convention where **** represents the language short acronym.
Well-known extensions:
.csproj    | C#
.vbproj    | VB.NET
.vcxproj   | Visual C++
.dbproj    | Database project
.fsproj    | F#
.pyproj    | IronPython
.rbproj    | IronRuby
.wixproj   | Windows Installer XML (WiX)
.vdproj    | Visual Studio Deployment Project
.isproj    | InstallShield
.pssproj   | PowerShell
.modelproj | Modeling project
.props
A project property sheet used by Visual C++ projects (.vcxproj).
Examples:
Microsoft.Cl.Common.props
Microsoft.Cpp.CoreWin.props
Microsoft.Cpp.props
Microsoft.Link.Common.props
.tasks
A common include file to be imported by a calling MSBuild project. Contains a list of <UsingTask> elements.
Examples:
Microsoft.Common.Tasks
MSBuild.ExtensionPack.tasks
.settings.targets
(This is a related convention if not strictly-speaking a file extension.)
A common include file to be imported by a calling MSBuild project. Contains “various properties related to shared utilities used during the build and deployment processes as well as any other common settings” (Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi, 2009).
Examples:
EntityFramework.settings.targets
Compiler.settings.targets
Library.Settings.targets
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