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n the previous chapter, we covered what NAnt is and to some extent how it works. We also saw a considerable number of NAnt scripts that did not really do anything useful but that prepared us for various possibilities. Finally, we saw a proposed outline for our own build file based on a previously designed process. In the next chapter, we will apply the process fully to a real project, using the skeleton scripts we have outlined. Before we do this, it is useful to explore the various built-in tasks of NAnt and NAntContrib to provide some ideas, and ready-made solutions, to the processes. Therefore, the purpose of this chapter is to familiarize ourselves with the ways in which NAnt tackles the various tasks required of it. We will also begin stirring the creative juices before we start the real work in 4 as we tackle a real delivery scenario. NAnt and NAntContrib contain pretty much every task you need to implement a desired delivery process. Some are more complete than others but largely NAnt and NAntContrib will not be found wanting. Additionally, there are some catchall tasks that allow some additional flexibility without the need for code extensions immediately. In this chapter, I am not intending to discuss every task, for two reasons: NAnt is constantly changing, and the best reference for current task capabilities lies on the NAnt homepage rather than in print at this time. I do not use all of the tasks; many are not appropriate to my needs on a practical level since they relate to a different set of technologies, such as differing source control systems. With that in mind, we narrowed down the tasks from NAnt and NAntContrib and will present some of them here. We then provide examples of using the tasks with the process and scripts we are trying to create. We have organized the tasks into categories covering the general kind of work that the tasks handle: Structural. These tasks can be used to manipulate and structure the NAnt build files and the targets within them in helpful ways to gain efficiencies within scripting structures. Conditional. Some tasks allow the control of flow within a build file. File. These bread and butter tasks will be used constantly as we manage assets through delivery.
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Delivery. This collection of usually quite specific tasks are the kind that will be of use for the specific goals of the delivery processes. Utility. These tasks are quite specific but not as delivery tasks themselves. They are all very useful within build files, though. Source control. This category consists of the available wrapped source control functions. Interestingly, it is NAntContrib that tends to provide more of the specific tasks for the build process. NAnt itself supplies the core tasks and framework that give the whole package its structure and flexibility.
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If you thought that 2 demonstrated the significant flexibility available in NAnt, then be prepared for even more. The number of tasks, and the ways in which they can be organized and applied, means that you will constantly see multiple ways to solve a problem. This is great news when you are problem solving, but as in general coding, without a model to aid the coding process and provide a conceptual framework, it is easy for things to become confusing.
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Decide on your general approach and outline the way that you will use tasks in your scripts. Then Tip
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stick to your approach as long as it is successful. There is no shame in refactoring to a different structure or implementation later on; on the contrary, it is likely to be a positive thing. But when you are planning and executing standard scripts across multiple projects, refactoring should not be taken too lightly and too often. One of the main reasons can be that the solutions themselves require reorganization or refactoring to take advantage of a new build technique, and this can be quite an effort.
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