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static void ProduceBuildAndDeployFile(string type, string xsltDirectory, string outputDirectory, string solutionName, XmlNode projectNode, XmlDocument dom, int index) { string xslt = Path.Combine(xsltDirectory, type + ".xsl"); string outputFile = GetOutputFileName(outputDirectory, solutionName, type); XPathNodeIterator iterator = projectNode.ParentNode.CreateNavigator().Select("Project[" + index + "]"); XsltArgumentList arguments = new XsltArgumentList(); arguments.AddParam("ProjectData", "", iterator); TransformXml(dom, xslt, outputFile, arguments); Console.WriteLine("Produced file: " + outputFile); } This method performs the clever bit by selecting the relevant project and ensuring that the transformation call uses the correct project information. It uses a single helper method, GetOutputFileName: static string GetOutputFileName(string outputDirectory, string solutionName, string type) { return Path.Combine(outputDirectory, string.Join(".", new string[] {solutionName, type, "xml" })); } So we have now provided a set of code to ensure that we can use XSLT to perform the same process, in terms of generating the multiple files required, as CodeSmith. We can include the required properties to this script as follows: <property name="xslt.projectset" value="d:\dotnetdelivery\chapter9\data\projectset.xslt.xml"/> <property name="xslt.directory" value="d:\dotnetdelivery\chapter9\xslt"/> <property name="xslt.output" value="d:\dotnetdelivery\chapter9"/> Now we can run the NAnt script. When this script is run, we see the following results: ---------- NAnt ---------NAnt 0.85 Copyright (C) 2001-2005 Gerry Shaw http://nant.sourceforge.net Buildfile: file:///Builder.XSLT.xml Target framework: Microsoft .NET Framework 1.1
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XsltBuilder: [script] Scanning assembly "ocwe9toj" for extensions. Loading projectset... Producing ccnet.config file... Producing build and deploy files... BUILD SUCCEEDED Total time: 0.7 seconds. Output completed (2 sec consumed) - Normal Termination The relevant points are the usual dynamic assembly compilation message and then the subsequent outputs as the files are generated. Clearly, we need to produce the actual templates for transformations, but we now have the appropriate framework in place for the process.
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I think that I would probably create a custom NAnt task for this purpose if I were to pursue XSLT as Tip
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my transformation tool of choice. Also, consider that it is much easier to create the script for this task inside the VS .NET IDE for debugging purposes and then make tweaks and changes to make it NAnt-friendly at later stages.
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With much of the framework in place now, we should consider the purpose of our work: the actual code generation.
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There are three main targets for generation: the ccnet.config file, the build file, and the deploy file. These files may end up being a series of subtemplates, but for now they fall under those general categories.
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The easiest target is the ccnet.config file. As we have already seen in previous chapters, thanks to the imposed standards, the project settings for this file are almost identical. Consider the following project from ccnet.config: <project name="Etomic.Library.Transformer"> <webURL> http://localhost/ccnet/Controller.aspx _action_ViewProjectReport=true& server=local&project=Etomic.Library.Transformer </webURL> <artifactDirectory> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Publish\Etomic.Library.Transformer\ </artifactDirectory>
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<modificationDelaySeconds>10</modificationDelaySeconds> <triggers> <intervalTrigger /> </triggers> <sourcecontrol type="vss" autoGetSource="true"> <ssdir>"D:\dotNetDelivery\VSS"</ssdir> <project>$/Solutions/Etomic.Library.Transformer/</project> <username>builder</username> <password>builder</password> <workingDirectory> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Source\Etomic.Library.Transformer </workingDirectory> </sourcecontrol> <build type="nant"> <baseDirectory>D:\dotNetDelivery\6\</baseDirectory> <buildArgs>-D:solution.stub=Library.Transformer -D:debug=false</buildArgs> <buildFile>Build.Core.xml</buildFile> <targetList> <target>ci</target> </targetList> <buildTimeoutSeconds>300</buildTimeoutSeconds> </build> <labeller type="defaultlabeller"> <prefix>1.0.</prefix> </labeller> <tasks> <merge> <files> <file> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Reports\Etomic.Library.Transformer\*-results.xml </file> <file> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Reports\Etomic.Library.Transformer\fxcop.xml </file> </files> </merge> </tasks> <publishers> <xmllogger /> </publishers> </project>
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The most obvious candidate for simple code generation is the capture of the solution name information. This is what we will do for our first pass at the generation of the ccnet. config file. Other pieces of candidate information, however, are repeated throughout the ccnet.config file and should ideally be separated from the config file itself as the information is either environmental or project-based: CI server URL. This could be subject to change, or perhaps multiple master files with differing CCNet servers exist using the same templates. General VSS information. The location and access information of the VSS database could change, or there could be multiple VSS and server instances. Project version prefix. This will change from project to project, and would probably be the first candidate I would account for. File locations. This is also environment information and liable to change. We will address a few of these for this demonstration of code generation.
Working through code-generation targets is generally easier to do than observe. The trick is to idenTip
tify candidates and work on that basis until they are proved worthwhile. It may seem tricky to start with, but this passes with time. The potential benefits are worth the investment in time.
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