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The obvious solution is to extract this information into a set of properties and use those properties throughout the solution. Here is an example: <property <property <property <property <property <property <property name="core.directory" value="D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildArea"/> name="core.source" value="${core.directory}\Source"/> name="core.output" value="${core.directory}Output"/> name="core.docs" value="${core.directory}Docs"/> name="core.reports" value="${core.directory}Reports"/> name="core.distribution" value="${core.directory}Distribution"/> name="core.publish" value="${core.directory}Publish"/>
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<property name="vss.dbpath" value="D:\dotNetDelivery\VSS\srcsafe.ini"/> <property name="vss.path" value="$/Solutions/Transformer/"/> We then use Edit Replace to swap in the property names where appropriate. In just a few minutes we have made significant strides in ensuring the flexibility of the script. We have not particularly improved the reusability at this point, though. Although the changes look simple, keep in mind these important points: The naming conventions for the properties are very specific. core.* properties are identified as those related to the process but not necessarily the project. We would expect to be able to make changes to these regardless of the project. Removing duplication counts here, too. Wherever possible, edits should be isolated to only one property. For example, core.directory needs to be altered only once. Standard conventions are important. All of the directory values end with a trailing slash. It is perhaps smarter to have a convention rather than worry about what the convention is. Typically, I do not use a trailing slash in directory properties and then add extra slashes as required when using other properties. In addition to the properties listed at the beginning of this section, you ll notice that the word Transformer appears 21 times in the script. However, we will not address that right now, because there are some broader considerations for project names (to be discussed in 5). We will address these considerations later, though.
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Note The refactored build file is available in the source code as Transformer.Build.Refactored.xml
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and behaves in the same way as the original.
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Creating the Deploy File
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We will now leave behind the build file and take a look at the deploy file. Deployment of this particular application should be simple since there is no environment information to consider. In this case we are deliberately taking a simple view of the actual deployment situation and can consider other scenarios at a later stage.
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Having refactored the settings in the build file, we can approach this script in a more enlightened way. In the partial script that follows, I have set out the important properties needed for the deployment, including where the assets can be obtained, where they should be deployed, and a location to act as a work area: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <project name="Transformer" default="help"> <description>Deploy file for the Transformer application</description> <property name="nant.onfailure" value="fail"/> <property name="core.directory" value="D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildArea"/> <property name="core.publish" value="${core.directory}\Publish"/> <property name="core.deploy" value="D:\dotNetDelivery\TempDeploy"/> <property name="core.environment" value="D:\dotNetDelivery\Program Files\Transformer"/> <target name="go" description="The main target for full deploy process execution." depends="selectversion, get, selectenvironments, createenvironments, position, configure, notify" />
selectversion
We need to be able to tell NAnt which version we want to deploy. The convention we used in the build file was sys.version, and we will stick with that here. We can pass through a sys.version on the command line, which means no work is required in this section. However, for the sake of convention, we will stick to using the debug switch to select version 0.0.0.0. Therefore, this target looks like this: <target name="selectversion" description="Selects the correct version of the system."> <if test="${debug}"> <property name="sys.version" value="0.0.0.0"/> </if> </target> This target could become much more complex once we begin to take account of different configurations, such as debug or release. The notes on how to call the deploy script from the command line are in the help target (which we look at a bit later).
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After the (very simple) selection of version, the first action should be to obtain the assets and unpackage them to a working area. In this case, it is a matter of creating the working area and then grabbing and unzipping the archive into it: <target name="get" description="Grab the correct assets."> <delete dir="${core.deploy}" failonerror="false"/> <mkdir dir="${core.deploy}\${sys.version}\"/> <copy file="${core.publish}\Transformer-Build-${sys.version}.zip" todir="${core.deploy}"/> <unzip zipfile="${core.deploy}\Transformer-Build-${sys.version}.zip" todir="${core.deploy}\${sys.version}\"/> </target>
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