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There are not many scenarios that NAnt cannot handle as long as we pay attention to the need to deliver the system at some point. Some of these scenarios have been demonstrated throughout the book, but we could write another whole book considering all likely scenarios. NAnt is also good at presenting numerous options for handling any given specific build scenario, and it has several features such as the built-in functions, a plug-in architecture, and various structural tasks for achieving these ends. It is a great product, and these are the reasons it is used. The risk is that all of these means may be employed to achieve an end without planning and without a clear direction. This would be akin to simply attacking a development project without any planning. Even dedicated XP-ers would perform some planning, or have some other supporting framework to ensure structure. The end result of such activities could be that the delivery framework is automated, but is no less convoluted and risk-free than the original nonautomated framework. This sort of risk is similar to those found in other scripted solutions: collections of scripts loosely assembled into a program are prone to be disorganized. Just ask any ASP developer! I have attempted to eschew the more complicated aspects of NAnt in order to ensure that it remained a scripted process, with minimal decision-making logic. It is unavoidable at times, but using this strategy maintains cohesion in terms of the application of the available feature set. Alongside this, constant refactoring and time spent looking for opportunities to refactor, simplify, and provide common implementations are worthwhile goals to keep the framework in a maintainable condition. In the initial chapters on the introduction of automation, this is part of the work seen there, but later chapters focused more attention on techniques such as database integration. If you look at the examples, you should be able to see where the efficiency and cohesion of the scripts begins to weaken. In the real world, it is a good idea to stop and revisit these working prototypes and work to retrieve this cohesion and integrate the data to provide further efficiencies.
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It is not possible to handle all possible scenarios there can be so many. We looked in some depth at handling a database web application, but as you can imagine, there are many similar scenarios requiring the same kind of thought. Examples of these are dependencies between multiple solutions, differing languages in the same system, the use of COM objects, the deployment of web services or other types of systems spread across several servers, or the building of other project types, such as Windows services. We examined only a subset of the available NAnt tasks. NAnt is capable of handling several areas, such as Visual Basic 6.0 compilation. In particular, I made it the purpose of the book to attack the most common scenarios rather than more specific ones. I think that I would relish a cookbook of techniques relating to these other areas. Any takers Complex scenarios sometimes are what they are; it is not always possible to work with a brand-new application. However, it is always worth considering measures that can ease the delivery of a system. In particular, working with Design to Deliver in mind may mean that complex scenarios do not appear in brand-new projects which is a good aim.
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We have mentioned MSBuild on one or two occasions throughout the book. This tool, as you have probably gathered, is designed by Microsoft to enable build scripting in Visual Studio 2005 under .NET 2.0. It is a huge compliment to the developers of NAnt that Microsoft has effectively taken NAnt and implemented its own version for VS .NET 2005. Looking at some sample code for MSBuild (from the MSDN site), you may be able to spot the similarity: <Project> <Item Type="FilesToCompile" Include="HelloWorld.cs" /> <Target Name="BuildHelloWorldExecutable"> <Task Name="csc" Sources="@(FilesToCompile)" OutputAssembly="HelloWorld.exe" TargetType="exe" /> </Target> </Project> Hmm. Could you see any similarity I thought so. MSBuild will undoubtedly have some impact on the NAnt community. There are a variety of possibilities for this impact: Until MSBuild is released, we will not know its actual capabilities. That it is tightly integrated into VS .NET 2005 is certain, but its breadth of functionality is much less clear. It seems unlikely that it will support C++, and it is very unlikely to support builds of (for example) Visual Basic 6.0 since this is a tool for .NET 2.0 rather than general use. This tight integration may be a negative to those that do not like to be tied into a particular platform. MSBuild takes advantage of new solution and project formats under VS .NET 2005. This is an issue that NAnt has been struggling with for a long time under .NET 1.0 and 1.1. While the new formats clearly aid MSBuild, they will also aid NAnt significantly. MSBuild is extensible in a strikingly familiar way to NAnt. NAnt relies on the community and regular contributors for extension. MSBuild does not need this community Microsoft has enough of its own community to extend its tool but there may be a greater sense of community for NAnt for all the usual noncorporate, open source reasons.
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