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Before we look at the operation of CCNet, some changes need to be made to the build scripts we have (the integration is not entirely seamless!). The changes are simple, though, and are not needed in the specific build files, but just in the Build.Core.Xml file. The relevant parts of this file are shown here, with the changes in bold: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <project name="Build.Core" default="help"> <description>Build file to perform core common functionality.</description> <property name="nant.onfailure" value="fail"/> <property name="company.name" value="Etomic"/> <property name="solution.name" value="${company.name}.${solution.stub}"/> <property name="core.directory" value="D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI"/> <property name="core.source" value="${core.directory}\Source\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.output" value="${core.directory}\Output\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.docs" value="${core.directory}\Docs\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.reports" value="${core.directory}\Reports\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.distribution" value="${core.directory}\Distribution\${solution.name}"/> <property name="core.publish" value="${core.directory}\Publish\${solution.name}"/> <property name="vss.dbpath" value="D:\dotNetDelivery\VSS\srcsafe.ini"/>
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<property name="vss.path" value="$/Solutions/${solution.name}/"/> <sysinfo/> In this section, I have changed around the folder organization so that differing output types are arranged together. I have also arranged a new build area for CI. Because we are using a web site to capture build logs and so on, it makes sense to use the Web to enable the publishing of the assets generated during the build. This organization allows me to create virtual directories under the CCNet dashboard application mapped to the publish, documentation, and reports folders. When a new project is added to the process, it will appear automatically. The virtual directories should be set to be browsable, and the default document can be set if appropriate (for example, to default.aspx). Figure 6-8 shows this configuration.
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Figure 6-8. Configuring virtual directories for published assets With this configuration, the deploy scripts can be changed to obtain assets via the Web rather than a file share. We will complete the work on the build script first, then look at the deploy scripts. <target name="go" description="Build Target" depends="clean, get, version1, version2, specific"/> <target name="ci" description="CI Target" depends="clean, version1, version2, specific"/> The next change is the addition of a target specifically for CI. The differing dependencies are simple: using the CI target, NAnt does not need to get the source code, since CCNet will be handling this work from now on. We maintain the go target so that we can run the script
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outside of CCNet. As you will have observed in the CCNet configuration, the ci target is called from the nant build element. <target name="clean" description="Clean up the build environment."> <!--Do not delete core.source--> <delete dir="${core.output}\" failonerror="false"/> <delete dir="${core.docs}\" failonerror="false"/> <delete dir="${core.reports}\" failonerror="false"/> <delete dir="${core.distribution}\" failonerror="false"/> <mkdir <mkdir <mkdir <mkdir <mkdir <mkdir </target> dir="${core.source}\" failonerror="false"/> dir="${core.output}\" failonerror="false"/> dir="${core.docs}\" failonerror="false"/> dir="${core.reports}\" failonerror="false"/> dir="${core.distribution}\" failonerror="false"/> dir="${core.publish}\" failonerror="false"/>
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A simple but important change to the clean target is the removal of the deletion of the source directory. As CCNet handles source code differently it manages the removal of old code automatically it is unnecessary and can cause CCNet to be confused about changes to the code. <target name="version1" description="Apply versioning to the source code files."> <property name="sys.version" value="0.0.0.0"/> <ifnot test="${debug}"> <property name="sys.version" value="${ccnet.label}.0"/> </ifnot> <!-- Rest of target snipped --> </target> Since versioning is now handled by CCNet, in terms of the build number, then the versioning statement is changed to remove the reliance on the NAnt <version> task. We can delete the *.Build.Number files as they are no longer required. As the labeler in CCNet only handles prefixes, we need to add a suffix at this point to the ccnet.label property to get the correct number and format. The property ccnet.label is passed through by CCNet as it invokes NAnt. Other useful properties are due to be added too.
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Note A while back there was a useful discussion about these properties on the CCNet mailing list. The
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addition of certain properties could assist with some of the problems identified earlier for example, the inability of NAnt to react to different types of incoming CCNet build requests. Keeping an eye on the CCNet JIRA (issue tracking web site) is well worthwhile.
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Those are all the changes required for the Build.Core.Xml file, and they are the only changes needed overall to include the scripts generated in 5 into the CI process.
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