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Table 6-1. CCNet Trigger Options
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Polls the source control database every so often (optional) and performs a build if changes are detected. This is the true CI function. Specifies that an integration cycle should occur at a certain time on a specified day. Allows the prevention of an integration cycle by decorating one of the other triggers with a time and day when the integration should not occur.
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A project can have multiple triggers assigned to it so that, for example, you can mix the intervalTrigger function with a scheduleTrigger. There are a couple of issues, though: it is hard to tell which trigger performed the latest action and therefore difficult to represent different build behaviors for each in NAnt, such as publishing the nightly build differently. It is not possible to explicitly state a differing build or labeling strategy in the ccnet.config file either, as the elements making up the project are not structured in such a way. I have chosen to use the true CI method of intervalTrigger but you may find that you prefer to always force a build particularly if you are just beginning to implement CI into your team.
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The sourcecontrol element is similar to the VSS tasks we used from NAntContrib to perform the builds outside of CCNet. It is quite straightforward to complete the details: <sourcecontrol type="vss" autoGetSource="true"> <ssdir>"D:\dotNetDelivery\VSS"</ssdir> <project>$/Solutions/Etomic.Library.Transformer/</project> <username>builder</username> <password>builder</password> <workingDirectory> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Source\Etomic.Library.Transformer </workingDirectory> </sourcecontrol> Notice the workingDirectory (which is not the same as the project workingDirectory): I have swapped the format from <project>\source to source\<project> and will need to reflect this in the NAnt files later on to keep various artifacts together across all projects. We can see why later. Also, there is an attribute called applyLabel that sits in the sourcecontrol element. Because we did not include it, CCNet does not apply a label itself. For the time being, and perhaps always, I would prefer to control the labeling to VSS from the NAnt scripts as we have done previously. This is because I would like to be able to specify explicitly when labeling should be performed.
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CCNet supports a variety of source control databases. Here we are using VSS but we could be using CVS, SourceGear, StarTeam, and so on. Also of interest is the availability of a filesystem source control type, which can be used to monitor changes and trigger builds, based on the changes to a folder. The syntax for this element is as follows: <sourcecontrol type="filesystem"> <repositoryRoot>c:\mycode</repositoryRoot> </sourcecontrol> This is useful since it means that, for example, shared assemblies can be monitored for change and then a build performed on dependent systems when a change occurs. The most appropriate use of the filesystem source control type is for wrapping up the VSS settings and the filesystem settings under a multi source control type, as in the following example: <sourcecontrol type="multi"> <sourceControls> <vss autoGetSource="true"> <ssdir>"D:\dotNetDelivery\VSS"</ssdir> <project>$/Solutions/Etomic.Transformer.Win/</project> <username>builder</username> <password>builder</password> <workingDirectory> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Source\Etomic.Transformer.Win </workingDirectory> </vss> <filesystem> <repositoryRoot> D:\dotNetDelivery\Assemblies\Etomic.Library.Transformer </repositoryRoot> </filesystem> </sourceControls> </sourcecontrol> In this example for the Windows application, I have included a VSS database for performing regular builds on source changes, but I have also included a filesystem source control type pointing at the Assemblies folder where the shared library component is positioned. The result is that when a delivery of the shared component is made (not just a build but a deploy as well), CCNet will detect the change to the folder and trigger a build of the Windows application. This is, once again, in the spirit of true CI, but may not be a desired behavior for your team or environment. We will see how this performs later on.
Build
Once all of the source has been grabbed according to the appropriate triggers and other criteria, the main instruction for CCNet is to perform the build. In the following example, we can see that the nested elements are fairly obvious calls to the NAnt scripts we have previously produced. We can also see that we can pass through command-line parameters into NAnt that enable us to leverage the flexibility of scripts in the way that has proved useful in previous refactoring efforts.
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