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VssUsername="builder" VssPassword="builder" EnvironmentMain="D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI" /> <Projects> <Project Name="Library.Transformer" ProjectType="Library" HasDatabase="false"> <OutputAssemblies> <OutputAssembly Name="Engine" AssemblyType="dll" ShouldTest="false" ShouldDocument="true"/> <OutputAssembly Name="Tests" AssemblyType="dll" ShouldTest="true" ShouldDocument="false"/> </OutputAssemblies> </Project> </Projects> </ProjectSet> Here we have included a collection of OutputAssemblies. An OutputAssembly type captures the name of the assembly (the full name can be derived from the company, project, and assembly name as per the agreed standards). Also captured is the assembly type, whether it should be unit tested, and whether it should be documented. The project has been extended to include information on the type of project (a library assembly, a Windows Form application, or a web application) and whether a database is involved.
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This additional information is easily implemented in the serializable type with the following changes: public class OutputAssembly { [XmlAttribute] public string AssemblyType; [XmlAttribute] public string Name; [XmlAttribute] public bool ShouldDocument; [XmlAttribute] public bool ShouldTest; } The OutputAssembly is a very straightforward type. It is included in the project definition as you might expect:
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public class Project { [XmlAttribute] public string Name; [XmlAttribute] public bool HasDatabase; [XmlAttribute] public string ProjectType; [XmlArray] public OutputAssembly[] OutputAssemblies; } With the inclusion of this information, amending the necessary parts of the build script is relatively easy. We have now merged the files together, so the template contains a lot of code, but the template constructs that are relevant are covered here. First, the injection of the data into the top-level variables looks like this: <% Project p = ProjectSet.Projects[ProjectNumber]; SettingCollection s = ProjectSet.Settings; %> <project name="<%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%>" default="help"> <description> Build file for the <%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%> system. </description> <property name="nant.onfailure" value="fail"/> <property name="company.name" value="<%=s["CompanyName"]%>"/> <property name="solution.name" value="${company.name}.<%=p.Name%>"/> <property name="core.directory" value="<%=s["EnvironmentMain"]%>"/> <property name="core.source" value="${core.directory}\Source\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.output" value="${core.directory}\Output\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.docs" value="${core.directory}\Docs\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.reports" value="${core.directory}\Reports\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.distribution" value="${core.directory}\Distribution\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.publish" value="${core.directory}\Publish\${solution.name}"/>
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<property name="vss.dbpath" value="<%=s["VssFolder"]%>\srcsafe.ini"/> <property name="vss.path" value="$/Solutions/${solution.name}/"/> So the ccnet.config and the build script files are now genuinely sharing a common source of data. One point to notice here (and you may have noted the same thing in the ccnet.config template file) is that I have not parameterized the individual folder names for the source code, for publishing and so on. This is because the data file is designed to allow relatively arbitrary changes to account for environment and similar changes. In fact, changing the name of publishing locations is not straightforward because these locations maintain historical artifacts and therefore a migration process of some sort is likely needed if these variables are changed. For the time being then, I do not allow arbitrary changes in this area. (The CCNet server URL itself can change to allow multiple server instances from the same set of templates; otherwise the same applies here.) Further down the script we come to the points where identification of assets is needed. For instance, the unit-testing task looks like this: <nunit2> <formatter type="Xml" usefile="true" extension=".xml" outputdir="${core.reports}\" /> <test> <assemblies basedir="${core.output}\"> <% foreach(OutputAssembly a in p.OutputAssemblies) { if (a.ShouldTest) { %> <include name="<%=s["CompanyName"]%>.<%=p.Name%>.<%=a.Name%>.<%=a.AssemblyType%>" /> <% } } %> </assemblies> </test> </nunit2> So here is an example of explicitly stating the assemblies to be unit tested. There is now no need to use NAnt s pattern-matching for decision making in this area, though it might not be a good idea to tell the developers that in the interest of keeping those standards up! Several constructs of this type appear throughout the file, all doing the same thing. This code repetition could undoubtedly be factored into a method in the template to return the relevant array of assemblies. Finally in this script is an example of the larger decision making being used in the templategeneration step. Previously, a property in the specific build file described whether or not an application was a web application: <property name="solution.isweb" value="true"/>
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