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<publishers> <xmllogger /> </publishers> </project> </cruisecontrol> This is a very minimalist implementation for CCNet, but that is all we need to ensure that the delivery scripts are generated whenever a change is made to the ProjectSets.xml data file. The main change here is that we drop the ProjectSet.xml file into its own folder so that it can be monitored by CCNet s filesystem source control provider in isolation. Builder.CodeSmith.xml is a simple NAnt script that runs the command-line version of CodeSmith: < xml version="1.0" > <project> <exec program="D:\Program Files\CodeSmith\v2.6\CodeSmithConsole"> <arg value="/template:D:\dotNetDelivery\9\CodeSmith\CI2\master.cst"/> <arg value="/properties:D:\dotNetDelivery\9\Data\ProjectSet.CodeSmith.xml" /> </exec> </project> When the CCNetServer-CodeSmith.bat file is run, the output shown in Figure 9-8 is generated as this new CCNet instance begins monitoring and generating the files for the regular instance of CCNet.
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Figure 9-8. The CCNet admin instance Now the CCNet server is responsive almost immediately to any changes to the ProjectSet file changes such as environment settings, or the addition of new projects.
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We can do the same thing with the XSLT framework we created earlier. Because we already have the XSLT-based transformation framework running under NAnt, we can reuse that code to form Builder.XSLT.xml, the equivalent of Builder.CodeSmith.xml. We can create a batch file specifically to create a different CCNet server instance (though this will actually perform the same job as the CodeSmith version). We have to make only one change to the ccnet.CodeSmith.config file (which is now called ccnet.xslt.config) to make it work with the XSLT framework: <build type="nant"> <baseDirectory>D:\dotNetDelivery\9\</baseDirectory> <buildFile>Builder.XSLT.xml</buildFile> <buildTimeoutSeconds>300</buildTimeoutSeconds> </build> The result of either version is the same. The advantage of the XSLT version is that only .NET, NAnt, and CCNet are involved, whereas the CodeSmith harness is required otherwise. On the other hand, the XSLT version is a custom piece of work without any control to the harness. With our efforts successful at this point, we can add a new project (such as NAntExtensions) to the project set so that it too is included in the code-generation process: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <codeSmith> <propertySet> <property name="OutputDirectory">D:\dotNetDelivery\9</property> <property name="ProjectSet"> <ProjectSet xmlns:xsd="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" 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" 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>
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<Project Name="NAntExtensions" HasDatabase="false" ProjectType="Library"> <OutputAssemblies> <OutputAssembly AssemblyType="dll" Name="GeneralTasks" ShouldDocument="false" ShouldTest="false" /> </OutputAssemblies> </Project> </Projects> </ProjectSet> </property> </propertySet> </codeSmith> As soon as the admin instance of CCNet detects these changes, it performs the code generation. As we saw in Figure 9-8, the files for the new project are duly generated and utilized by the regular CCNet server, which loads the new ccnet.config file.
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We have investigated what code generation or transformation can offer to the overall process. We have seen that there are a couple of possibilities for generation, and we have implemented a solution using CodeSmith and XSLT as the code-generation tools. We followed the same littleby-little process to complete a simple scenario to provide a basis for more extensive and involved work. Finally, we automated the code generation itself using a new instance of CruiseControl.NET. I hope you agree that code generation is a technique that offers several benefits to the standardization and operational processes of delivery. We have only started to scratch the surface of the flexibility of a tool like CodeSmith and a framework like XSLT, and once again we have come close to an overwhelming set of options for decision making and script preparation and execution. In the final chapter, we recap the efforts made throughout this book, and I offer a few final thoughts on the delivery processes that we have defined.
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