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This has now been removed, and this information is held in the data file as the ProjectType. The build file template checks this information and includes the relevant target, removing the conditional from the build file and therefore the runtime execution of the build file: <% if(p.ProjectType == "WebForm") { %> <target name="publish"> ...snipped... </target> <% } else { %> <target name="publish"> ...snipped... </target> <% } %> That is about it for the build file with CodeSmith. Next up is the XSLT file.
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Once again, most areas of the template are the same as CodeSmith, though with differing syntax. For this reason, we will not reproduce the entire template here, though it is included with the source code for the book. We should address one significant issue, though: the use of {} (curly brackets). These are used by XSLT and NAnt for different purposes, and using the curly brackets within an XSLT style sheet will cause XSLT to attempt to process the brackets and their contents as a directive when in fact the intent was to mark a NAnt property. So this code will not work correctly: <property name="core.source" value="${core.directory}\Source\${solution.name}"/> To get around this, the following XSLT syntax is required: <property name="core.source"> <xsl:attribute name="value">${core.directory}\Source\${solution.name} </xsl:attribute> </property> This means that the appearance of the generated file is a bit different under XSLT with the inclusion of the closing tag, although in fact it is perfectly acceptable to NAnt. The use of this syntax is a little more annoying in XSLT than CodeSmith, and certainly the curly brackets issue is very confusing during debugging. Some argue that properties can be avoided altogether since the build file is generated on demand and so can be fully hard-coded. You may like to pursue this as an option if you are using XSLT.
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The deployment files we have generated have been less sophisticated than the build files, although they became a little more involved with the inclusion of more complex scenarios such as database integration. This is because NAnt is primarily a build tool, but we should acknowledge once more that deployment quickly becomes more involved once there are GACs to access, registry settings to change, and the like. Another feature of the deployment files is that they are generally quite specific depending on the project type. Even at this simple example level, the deployment of a library component differs from the deployment of a Windows application, which in turn differs from the deployment of a web application. In this case, it may be worth having different templates for these various scenarios; code generation best practice would probably suggest maintaining a collection of templates rather than jamming a whole bunch of complexity into one or two monolithic templates, which also sounds like what we are doing with the build scripts themselves! To use a different deployment template depending on the project, we could alter the master template: public void Go() { DateTime startTime = DateTime.Now; Response.WriteLine("Beginning generation..."); _ccnetTemplate = this.GetTemplate("CCNet.cst"); _buildTemplate = this.GetTemplate("Build.cst"); _deployTemplate = this.GetTemplate("Deploy.cst"); _buildTemplate.SetProperty("ProjectSet", ProjectSet); _deployTemplate.SetProperty("ProjectSet", ProjectSet); for(int i = 0; i < ProjectSet.Projects.Length; i++) { Response.WriteLine("Preparing Build for " + ProjectSet.Projects[i].Name); _buildTemplate.SetProperty("ProjectNumber", i); _buildTemplate.RenderToFile(OutputDirectory + "\\" + ProjectSet.Settings["CompanyName"] +"." + ProjectSet.Projects[i].Name +".Build.xml", true); Response.WriteLine("Preparing Deploy for " + ProjectSet.Projects[i].Name); _deployTemplate.SetProperty("ProjectNumber", i); _deployTemplate.RenderToFile(OutputDirectory + "\\" + ProjectSet.Settings["CompanyName"] +"." + ProjectSet.Projects[i].Name +".Deploy.xml", true); } Response.WriteLine("Preparing CCNet..."); _ccnetTemplate.SetProperty("ProjectSet", ProjectSet); _ccnetTemplate.RenderToFile(OutputDirectory + "\\ccnet.config", true);
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Response.WriteLine("Generation complete. Execution time: " + (DateTime.Now - startTime).ToString()); Response.WriteLine("To view the output go here: " + OutputDirectory); } The deploy template is selected at the start of the process. Instead, it could be selected on each iteration of the loop in the following way: _deployTemplate = this.GetTemplate(String.Format("{0}.cst", ProjectSet.Projects[i].ProjectType)); I have not made this change in the source code since I am implementing only one scenario, but the method is clear. The deployment file requires only one additional setting to facilitate the deployment of the library assembly we have used as an example. This requires no change to the ProjectSet type. The final version of the ProjectSet data file is as follows: < 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" 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> So only the addition of the temporary deployment area (EnvironmentTempDeploy) has been necessary. The remainder of the deployment file is a matter of straightforward token replacement. As I was working, I discovered that there is no semantic information in the OutputAssembly information to indicate whether or not an assembly should be deployed. In this instance I have added a temporary fix to the template to ignore test assemblies. Also note that I should remove the pattern-matching from the build publish target, which is part of this issue. Sometimes, this template tweaking takes a little time.
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