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[exec] : 'Introspection', click 'Settings' and check the box labeled [exec] : 'Enable Control Flow Analysis'. To enable data flow analysis [exec] : for this project only, choose 'Options' from the Project menu. [exec] : Click the 'Spelling & Analysis' tab and set the [exec] : 'Control Flow Analysis' drop-down to 'True'. [exec] </NOTE> [exec] Analyzing... [exec] Could not initialize spell-checker for 'en-us' locale. Is Office installed To resolve this exception, install Office or disable spelling rules for namespaces, members, types, parameters and resources. [exec] Analysis Complete. [exec] * Rules gave the following errors: [exec] * 'TypeNamesShouldBeSpelledCorrectly' threw 1 exceptions: [exec] * -Could not initialize spell-checker for 'en-us' locale. Is Office installed To resolve this exception, install Office or disable spelling rules for namespaces, members, types, parameters and resources. [exec] * at Microsoft.Tools.FxCop.Sdk.Introspection.UsageRuleUtilities.GetSpellChecker() [exec] at Microsoft.Tools.FxCop.Rules.Usage.TypeNamesShouldBeSpelledCorrectly .Check(TypeNode type) [exec] at Microsoft.Tools.FxCop.Engines.Introspection.AnalysisVisitor .CheckType(TargetType value, TypeNode type) [exec] * 1 total rule exceptions. [exec] Writing 8 messages... [exec] Writing report to D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildArea\Reports\fxcop.xml... [exec] Done. [exec] D:\dotNetDelivery\4\Transformer.Build.xml(95,4): [exec] External Program Failed: D:\dotNetDelivery\FxCop\1.30\FxCopCmd.exe (return code was 2) [style] Processing 'D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildArea\Reports\fxcop.xml' to 'D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildArea\Reports\fxcop.html'. This target offers a lot of commentary. Essentially the NUnit tests have run silently, and the report has been produced in the way we discussed earlier. FxCop has been complaining about various things and generally been quite verbose, though in fact it has produced the required report, despite the complaint that the External Program Failed. We will seek to address this in 6, though for now the outcome is satisfactory. We can view the XML and HTML outputs in the reports folder, as shown in Figure 4-13.
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Figure 4-13. Reporting outputs
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document: [ndoc] [ndoc] [ndoc] [ndoc] [ndoc] [ndoc] [ndoc] [ndoc] Initializing... Merging XML documentation... Building file mapping... Loading XSLT files... Generating HTML pages... Generating HTML content file... Compiling HTML Help file... Done.
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Documentation has been successfully generated, and it can be viewed in the docs folder, as shown in Figure 4-14. Reviewing the documentation will reveal that there are some missing comments that will need to be addressed by the developer. publish: [copy] Copying 2 files to 'D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildArea\Distribution\'. [zip] Zipping 2 files to 'D:\ dotNetDelivery\BuildArea\Publish\Transformer-Build-0.0.0.0.zip'.
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Figure 4-14. Documentation output The publishing step has worked with no problems, and the zipped assets (shown in Figure 4-15) can be viewed in the publish folder.
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notify: [echo] Notifying you of the build process success. go:
BUILD SUCCEEDED - 1 non-fatal error(s), 7 warning(s) Total time: 106.2 seconds. Output completed (2 min 0 sec consumed) - Normal Termination Following some final messages, including the stop-gap notify target execution, we can see that the script has succeeded and has in fact met all of the aspects of the use case in its execution. A job well done.
Opportunities for Refactoring
Before we move on to the deploy file, we should consider how the build file can be improved. In 5, we will learn how standards impact the efficiency of the generation of build files, and the ease with which a standard process can be achieved. But even without these standards, we can improve the script we have written with a few simple changes. In terms of refactoring, we should consider two factors: Duplication of settings. By its nature, an XML-based script is going to be heavily laden with settings in the form of nested elements and attributes containing information about the specifics of an operation. Removing these can save significant editing time, reduce the rigidity of the script, and remove the risk of missing settings. Duplication of script (or code). For the same reasons, reusing functionality is an obvious area to examine as well. The duplication of script functionality is worth assessing, but it is likely that we will gain the greatest savings in this area when faced with multiple projects. Therefore, we will leave this to one side until the next chapter. We can make some gains in terms of settings in isolation, however. Again, when faced with more scripts we may see more opportunities, but even now there are some items worth examining. A quick search over the script reveals 37 occurrences of the partial path D:\dotNetDelivery. This is a little problematic if you are using the source code in a different location. Although an Edit Replace can tackle the immediate issue, this is not a helpful state of affairs if we are working with multiple systems and hope to reuse the script.
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