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Caution When you are generating code, make sure you check that parameters have been introduced into the resulting script correctly rather than running the script to find errors. Do I speak from experience You betcha. When constructing this chapter I left the TempDeploy variable empty and ran the deploy script. The script deleted half my D: drive by the time I had the wherewithal to stop the NAnt process. I will leave it to you to figure out whether good configuration management saved the day, or whether I spent half a day repairing VS .NET, downloading lost code and realizing I had not checked in the code for the chapter for a couple of days . . .
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With the three templates constructed (and debugged), the master template can be invoked to generate the concrete build files for the defined projects.
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template, you can invoke them individually by passing the XML data file and a project number (default 0) to work with.
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When you run the master template in CodeSmith, you should see something like the following output, which is also reminiscent of the XLST NAnt script we have created: Beginning generation... Preparing Build for Library.Transformer Preparing Deploy for Library.Transformer Preparing CCNet... Generation complete. Execution time: 00:00:01.4531529 To view the output go here: D:\dotNetDelivery\9 Investigating the content as suggested by the output reveals a screen similar to the one shown in Figure 9-5.
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Figure 9-5. Results of code generation
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All that is missing is the batch file to start up the CCNet server. Once the server is started, the CCNet dashboard will include the project, as shown in Figure 9-6. This of course means we can perform builds and deployments with the generated files.
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Figure 9-6. The CCNet dashboard now includes our project. Setting up the templates required some time to put the initial constructs in place, but making changes from this point on is easy. Subsequent regeneration is not so time consuming it takes about one second. We have one final trick to consider.
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Managing Generation Automatically
CodeSmith can be executed from the command line. As it happens, this means we can automate CodeSmith through NAnt or CCNet, or even both. Running CodeSmith from the command line requires the following call: "D:\Program Files\CodeSmith\v2.6\CodeSmithConsole" /template:"D:\dotNetDelivery\9\CodeGen\CI2\master.cst" /properties:"D:\dotNetDelivery\9\ProjectSet.xml"
The CodeSmith console utility applies the specified properties file against the specified template file, which seems like an obvious action. The properties file differs from the test data we were using in that we need to embed the serializable ProjectSet type inside the regular XML definition for a collection of properties for CodeSmith. You can see that in the following code, where I have highlighted in bold the additional OutputDirectory property and the other wrapping elements: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <codeSmith> <propertySet> <property name="OutputDirectory">D:\dotNetDelivery\9</property> <property name="ProjectSet"> <ProjectSet xmlns:xsd="" xmlns:xsi="" xmlns=""> <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" HasDatabase="false" ProjectType="Library"> <OutputAssemblies> <OutputAssembly AssemblyType="dll" Name="Engine" ShouldDocument="true" ShouldTest="false" /> <OutputAssembly AssemblyType="dll" Name="Tests" ShouldDocument="false" ShouldTest="true" /> </OutputAssemblies> </Project> </Projects> </ProjectSet> </property> </propertySet> </codeSmith> Running the command with this input file produces the output shown in Figure 9-7.
Figure 9-7. Running CodeSmith at the command line This now opens the door to using CCNet to provide the generation on demand.
A New CruiseControl Instance
We can set up a new CCNet instance by passing through a different set of parameters on startup. We will call this the CodeSmith instance: "D:/dotNetDelivery/Tools/CCNet/0.8/Server/CCnet.exe" -remoting:off -config:ccnet.codesmith.config As the command suggests, we will not implement remoting on this instance it is not needed. We will point the instance to a separate configuration file called ccnetadmin.config, which looks like this: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <cruisecontrol> <project name="CodeGeneration"> <modificationDelaySeconds>10</modificationDelaySeconds> <triggers> <intervalTrigger /> </triggers> <sourcecontrol type="filesystem"> <repositoryRoot>D:\dotNetDelivery\9\Data</repositoryRoot> </sourcecontrol> <build type="nant"> <baseDirectory>D:\dotNetDelivery\9\</baseDirectory> <buildFile>Builder.CodeSmith.xml</buildFile> <buildTimeoutSeconds>300</buildTimeoutSeconds> </build>
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