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Re: Build automation tool for Windows?

From: Stephen Connolly <stephen.alan.connolly_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 17:02:47 +0100

Hudson (it runs in java but it builds anything)


2009/4/30 Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_infor.com>

> > I'm curious, do any of these tools do automated dependency analysis for
> > .NET projects (to keep you from having to specify build order yourself)
> I actually shell to MSBuild from Nant to compile the solution. It
> determines dependencies based on your project dependencies in the solution
> file.
> If you are talking about multiple solutions then I don't think so. But you
> can set up multiple dependant build projects. You can set CCNet to launch
> for example ProjectB every time ProjectA is rebuilt. Or, you can set up file
> watchers to kick off a build if for example a file in some common third
> party tool is updated.
> > and/or parallel builds (possibly across a build farm)? I remember
> > reading a bit on some of these tools in the past, but I never saw
> > anything about these features.
> MSBuild 3.5 supports parallel builds now if you send the correct parameter.
> TeamCity allows build farms, but not to parallelize a single build... it
> runs on build on each build agent. So, you could have one Linux build agent
> and one Windows build agent for example they could both be running at the
> same time.
> As far as doing some type of grid computing thing where a single build is
> run on multiple boxes, no I haven't seen anything that does that. But, I
> guess you could do it yourself if your project was granular enough.
> BOb
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