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Running the new scripts involves a command such as the following: nant -f:Build.Core.xml -D:debug=true -D:solution.stub=Transformer.Win
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We can do more to achieve further decreases in duplication, such as tackling the publish pattern. I have not investigated the commonality of the filtering and organization patterns, but we can suppose for a moment that there is no common ground. We are only three solutions into the investigation and we may yet find that areas which looked common are not in fact common at all. You should be careful how far you take this in the early part of your investigations. A gold star goes to anyone astute enough to notice that I did not refactor the build target even though it is the same in all three projects. Currently it looks like this in all three projects: <target name="build" description="Compile the application."> <solution solutionfile="${core.source}\${solution.name}.sln" configuration="Debug" outputdir="${core.output}\"/> </target> Although it is simple enough at the moment, it will most definitely differ when COM objects, the GAC, and so on are involved; there will be other types of work to do, such as exposing the objects to .NET and the like. In this instance, some parts of the web project are different from the assembly project and the Windows project, so I could perhaps refactor both of these targets into the core file and use a conditional statement to decide which is needed. We can do this now. We could also refactor the targets to Build.Core.xml, but I have chosen to make a separate file to contain utility targets and the like since Build.Core can become confusing quickly at the moment it is linear and therefore understandable. Also, we need to call back into the target because we have to pass properties to the publish target, and this could become a conceptual challenge. The beginnings of Build.Common.xml look like this: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <project name="Build.Common" default="help"> <description>Build file to perform core common functionality.</description> <target name="help"> <echo message="Build.Common file contains common functionality for builds."/> <echo message="This file should not be executed. Use Build.Core.xml instead"/> </target> </project> Next we can extract the publish steps from the web and Windows/assembly build files into two separate targets in the Build.Common file. We will call the targets publish.web and publish.win, respectively:
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<target name="publish.web"> <copy todir="${core.distribution}\"> <fileset basedir="${core.source}\UI"> <include name="**"/> <exclude name="obj/**"/> <exclude name="**/*.cs"/> <exclude name="**/*.resx"/> <exclude name="**/*.csproj"/> <exclude name="**/*.vspscc"/> <exclude name="**/*.scc"/> </fileset> </copy> <copy todir="${core.distribution}\bin\"> <fileset basedir="${core.output}\"> <include name="*.dll"/> <exclude name="*Tests*"/> </fileset> </copy> <zip zipfile="${core.publish}\${solution.name}-Build-${sys.version}.zip"> <fileset basedir="${core.distribution}"> <include name="**"/> </fileset> </zip> </target> <target name="publish.win"> <copy todir="${core.distribution}\"> <fileset basedir="${core.output}\"> <include name="*.dll"/> <include name="*.exe"/> <exclude name="*Tests*"/> </fileset> </copy> <zip zipfile="${core.publish}\${solution.name}-Build-${sys.version}.zip"> <fileset basedir="${core.distribution}\"> <include name="**" /> </fileset> </zip> </target>
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Clearly there is a lot of common script here that could be further refactored, but we will concentrate on the former refactoring. We need a step for deciding which target should be invoked. We can do this with a target called publish in the Build.Common file as follows: <target name="publish"> <if test="${solution.isweb}"> <call target="publish.web"/> </if> <ifnot test="${solution.isweb}"> <call target="publish.win"/> </ifnot> </target> This means that there needs to be a Boolean property in the specific build files. Therefore we need to add the following line (with the appropriate value) to each of the build files: <property name="solution.isweb" value="false"/> We then need to edit the publish target in each to the following: <target name="publish" description="Place the compiled assets, reports etc. in agreed location."> <nant buildfile="Build.Common.xml" target="publish" inheritall="true"/> </target> The result is a further reduction in code in the specific files.
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instead of a Boolean value and a conditional statement. In fact, that method would be preferred if there were more than two options for publishing. The reason I did not specify the target here was also that I wanted to hide the implementation details from the specific scripts in case I decide to change things internally to the common file.
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Caution Introducing this further refactoring has had the desired effect, but you should be wary of the dependencies now introduced on the publish step as well as the gains. Changes to the fileset pattern could have serious negative as well as positive impact on the build process.
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