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Deciding on the technologies to use for the book was actually quite easy: I use what I am experienced with and what is and has been applicable in environments I ve been involved in. The book therefore concentrates on the following areas: .NET using C#. The example projects for delivery and the extensions to NAnt and the like are written in C# through the use of Visual Studio .NET. Visual SourceSafe. This is probably a more controversial choice. Visual SourceSafe is usually criticized for various features, or more accurately the lack of them. Generally, though, I have worked in teams using Visual SourceSafe more often than not. Changing source control systems to others supported by NAnt and CruiseControl.NET should not be a problem as there are no real Visual SourceSafe specific features in the examples. NAnt. NAnt is my preferred tool for the automation of delivery you may already have guessed this. Bear in mind that other options are out there. It is unlikely that this text will help you with those, however. I started with 0.84 and then moved to 0.85 RC1 and various nightly builds of NAnt. Again, because we stick to core NAnt features most of the time, changes to scripts as future releases arrive should be minimal. CruiseControl.NET. To deliver continuous integration I have chosen to use CruiseControl.NET. Again, other options are available. Many of these also harness NAnt, and so if you do choose a different solution, much of this text will still be applicable with some adapting.
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More specifically, Table 1 shows the versions of technologies I use throughout the book. Table 1. Technology Versions
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Visual Studio .NET Visual SourceSafe NAnt NAntContrib CruiseControl.NET Red Gate SQL Bundle CodeSmith
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2003 (and therefore .NET Framework version 1.1) 6.0d 0.85 RC2 0.85 RC2 0.8 3.3 2.6 (studio version)
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Additionally, many other pieces of software are used to handle various aspects of the process, or as productivity aids. Appendix A in this book covers the majority of these products.
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What Does the Book Cover
Deciding on the order of things I wanted to cover has been one of the most difficult aspects of writing this book. When I was working on these processes I had a fairly clear, if slightly abstract, end goal: improve confidence, speed, and reliability of the build and release processes. I am sure you probably have something similar in mind. The devil is in the details, though. Therefore, I have tried to describe a scenario similar to those I have faced. Elements that needed tackling are combined into one story. From there I have taken the book on a journey to look at solutions to the issues raised in the scenario. The first three chapters are used to consider the needs and practicalities for the introduction of automated delivery processes. We also get a chance to study NAnt in a little detail so that we understand how it can be utilized in the final processes. 1, A Context for Delivery : Here we set out the initial processes Etomic (our fictitious development company) use for development specifically build and deploy and we discuss the successes and failures they have suffered. We will see how Etomic has tackled the issues, and we join them as they are about to move to automation for build and deploy processes. From there we will identify some areas for attention and then plan how to attack these. We will use these requirements as a basis for discussion throughout the book. 2, Dissecting NAnt : With a context in place, we can begin looking at NAnt as a suitable tool to handle build and deploy activities for Etomic. We discuss how NAnt scripts work, describe the core features and fundamental structures of a script, and outline a potential framework for scripts to apply to the applications used by Etomic. We will also touch on some possibilities for more advanced use of NAnt later on. 3, Important NAnt Tasks : Having considered the activities for build and deploy, and proposed a skeleton script for both, we now take a look at the variety of NAnt and NAntContrib tasks that are available for use. We split these tasks into a few categories and consider some practical examples of the application of these tasks.
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