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Deja vu Avec Nant & Continous Integration

02 Oct

Got lucky to try my hand at Continous integration once again.. I remember it has been like more than 5 years now that i had used Nant and CCnet for Continous Integration.

It was fun and challenging to use with the then rustic error messages thrown by both.also configuring the same was also a big pain..
Had asked a developer to get it setup for one of the teams projects as i was aware of the advantages of continous integration. but the developer wasn’t able to get it up and running so finally had to get my hands dirty in CI.

Was surprised to see that even now almost after 4-5 years there is no guide/how to on setting it up and using it completely. even now ppl have to go through the site and exmaples which arent in reality what we look for..

Anyways enuf of cribbing …. ill put up a howto/guide on setting it up soon ,it wont be very soon as am quite tied up with different project releases and process implementation stuff.. but hopefully it should be out by mid Oct !!
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Posted by on October 2, 2008 in .NET, Build integrators, Problem Solving

 

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4 responses to “Deja vu Avec Nant & Continous Integration

  1. Shaunak Pandit

    October 25, 2008 at 3:39 AM

    @Mike: Have sent the files on the email account you provided, let me know if there are any doubts also have deleted your email address comment so you dont get spammed 🙂

    Cheers
    Shaunak Pandit

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  2. Mike

    October 14, 2008 at 3:25 PM

    Shaunak That will be great help to me, please send it across immediately

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  3. Shaunak Pandit

    October 14, 2008 at 2:04 AM

    hi Mike, naah havent yet got time for it mostly will happen towards 1st week of nov i think….by when do you require the CI to be setup?
    maybe if its too urgent i can send you the build file it will give you reference and you will hv to just change the folder locations to make it wrk for you? let me know

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  4. Mike

    October 13, 2008 at 6:20 PM

    Man did you put up the guide? I need it badly have to setup the CI server before my supervisor is back.Help me out

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