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Re: [TSVN] Speed optimizing the build process?

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-08-11 18:11:47 CEST

Lübbe Onken wrote:

> I am not particularly fond of all this batch scripting stuff, because it
> doesn't take dpendencies into account. The only advantage is that it doesn't
> require a build environment.

Well, as soon as I have VS.NET2005 (I intend to buy it as soon as it's
released - no more MSDN subscription in our company :( ) we can switch
to MSBuild (the MS rip off of Nant).

> I would really like to see a (n)ant driven process... I've been thinking
> about it for a while, because I could set up my desktop at work to act as a
> continuous build server. But only if it doesn't have to recompile everything
> from scratch every time...

I still have a TSVN working copy on my harddrive where I tried once to
create a Nant build for TSVN. I just can't get Openssl to compile! The
reason is that Nant doesn't use the PATH env variable (well, it uses the
one set when Nant is started, but it doesn't re-read them between each
step). And so even though I called the VS71COMNTOOLS\vsvars32.bat
script, the changes to the env variables aren't used.

Stefan

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