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To provide the variables required for the output of an automated ccnet.config file, we need to amend the simple serializable type we used earlier, and we will need to alter it further for the build and deploy scripts. The input file may look like this: < xml version="1.0" > <ProjectSet xmlns="http://www.etomic.co.uk"> <Settings CompanyName="Etomic" CcnetUrl="http://localhost/ccnet" VssFolder="D:\dotNetDelivery\VSS" VssUsername="builder" VssPassword="builder" EnvironmentMain="D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI" EnvironmentTempDeploy="D:\dotNetDelivery\TempDeploy" /> <Projects> <Project Name="Library.Transformer"/> </Projects> </ProjectSet>
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The crucial difference here is the addition of a Settings element and a number of name/value pairs. This slightly odd implementation of the Settings element allows the easy use of name/value pairs since XML serialization does not allow the serialization of hashtables (or other structures implementing IDictionary). This input file needs to be translated into the serializable type as shown before and the assembly deployed to the CodeSmith assemblies directory. The changes are as follows: public class ProjectSet { [XmlElement] public SettingCollection Settings = new SettingCollection(); [XmlArrayAttribute("Projects")] public Project[] Projects; } Here I have added a new XmlElement called Settings. This is a new type, SettingCollection, that looks like this: public class SettingCollection : NameValueCollection, IXmlSerializable { #region IXmlSerializable Members public void WriteXml(System.Xml.XmlWriter writer) { //Not Required } public System.Xml.Schema.XmlSchema GetSchema() { //Not Required return null; } public void ReadXml(System.Xml.XmlReader reader) { while (reader.MoveToNextAttribute()) { this.Add(reader.Name, reader.Value); } reader.Read(); } #endregion }
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The SettingCollection type is the implementation of my quick fix for the IDictionary problems. I want to be able to refer to the values of individual settings by name, which means a key/value pair construct is most appropriate. The NameValueCollection type is a good choice; it implements ICollection but not IDictionary (which is not serializable). To ensure I get the desired effect from reading the Settings element, I have implemented the IXmlSerializable interface. Microsoft currently does not give this interface much attention, although that is likely to change in .NET 2.0. The interface allows the implementer to control the behavior of XML serialization. In our previous example, I have only implemented the ReadXml method since I will not need to write the type for at least the time being. The GetSchema method is only used when working with ADO and DataSet paraphernalia. This code is part of the BuildAutomation.2 project.
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Note We do not have the space to discuss the subject of XML serialization at any great length. For our
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Following this, the ccnet.cst template should look like the following; the areas replaced by information from the data file are in bold: <%-Name: ccnet.xml.cst Author: Marc Holmes Description: Providing the ccnet.config file using an XML file. %> <%@ CodeTemplate Language="C#" TargetLanguage="Text" Description="Providing the ccnet.config file using an XML file." %> <%@ Assembly Name="Etomic.CodeSmithExtensions.BuildAutomation.2" %> <%@ Import Namespace="Etomic.CodeSmithExtensions.BuildAutomation" %> <%@ Property Name="ProjectSet" Type="Etomic.CodeSmithExtensions.BuildAutomation.ProjectSet" Description="The XML file containing the project definitions." %> < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <cruisecontrol> <% SettingCollection s = ProjectSet.Settings; foreach(Project p in ProjectSet.Projects) { %> <project name="<%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%>"> <webURL> <%=s["CcnetUrl"]%>Controller.aspx _action_ViewProjectReport=true& server=local&project=<%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%> </webURL> <artifactDirectory>
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<%=s["EnvironmentMain"]%>\Publish\<%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%>\ </artifactDirectory> <modificationDelaySeconds>10</modificationDelaySeconds> <triggers> <intervalTrigger /> </triggers> <sourcecontrol type="vss" autoGetSource="true"> <ssdir>"<%=s["VssFolder"]%>"</ssdir> <project>$/Solutions/<%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%>/</project> <username><%=s["VssUsername"]%></username> <password><%=s["VssPassword"]%></password> <workingDirectory> <%=s["EnvironmentMain"]%>\Source\<%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%> </workingDirectory> </sourcecontrol> <build type="nant"> <baseDirectory>D:\dotNetDelivery\9\</baseDirectory> <buildArgs>-D:debug=false</buildArgs> <buildFile><%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%>.Build.xml</buildFile> <targetList> <target>ci</target> </targetList> <buildTimeoutSeconds>300</buildTimeoutSeconds> </build> <labeller type="defaultlabeller"> <prefix>1.0.</prefix> </labeller> <tasks> <merge> <files> <file> <%=s["EnvironmentMain"]%>\Reports\<%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%>\*-results.xml </file> <file> <%=s["EnvironmentMain"]%>\Reports\<%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%>\fxcop.xml </file> </files> </merge> </tasks> <publishers> <xmllogger />
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</publishers> </project> <% } %> </cruisecontrol> Based on our previous experience with the template files, it should be fairly obvious what this template file is doing. Reviewing the outputs will reveal a ccnet.config file, which is close to one of our previous hand-coded ccnet.config files. The main thing missing from this template is the ability to use multisource control, as we did with the web and Windows applications. Accounting for this should be quite straightforward, though, and we will move on to the build files. Other differences include the call to the build file itself; previously we called a file called Build.Core.xml and passed through a solution name in order to call the specific file. As we will see in just a moment, code generation brings a different dynamic to code, and here we have adjusted to call a build file for a project specifically from the outset.
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