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Your custom task is ready, so let s implement versioning using MSBuild and Subversion. To use your task, you have to put the compiled version in the tools directory of your framework. This is the project you intend to share with other projects. This way, the new MSBuild task is available in all the projects that are using it. Do the same with the SVN client you downloaded. You should end up with the directory structure shown in figure 3.14.
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Figure 3.14 The project directory structure with a reusable Framework/tools folder that contains MSBuild Community Tasks, your own tasks, and the SVN client.
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Extending M SBuild by w riting and using custom tasks
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You ll version your leasing calculator. Go to the build.proj script you created in section 3.3.2, and extend it as follows. Listing 3.7 Project versioning with Subversion and a custom MSBuild task
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<Project DefaultTargets="Build;Deploy;" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003"> <PropertyGroup> <MSBuildCommunityTaskPath> $(MSBuildProjectDirectory)\Framework\tools\MSBuildCommunityTasks </MSBuildCommunityTasksPath> <RevisionNumber Condition=" '$(RevisionNumber)' == '' "> x </RevisionNumber> <Configuration Condition=" '$(Configuration)' == '' "> Debug </Configuration> </PropertyGroup> <Import Project="Framework\tools\MSBuildCommunityTasks
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\MSBuild.Community.Tasks.Targets"/>
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<UsingTask AssemblyFile="Framework\tools\MyMSBuildExtensions
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\BuildTasks.MSBuildTasks.dll"
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TaskName="BuildTasks.MSBuildTasks.AssemblyInfoReader"> </UsingTask> <SetupSourceFiles Include="WinCalc\bin\
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$(Configuration)\WinCalc.exe"
</ItemGroup> <Target Name="Build">
Maps task to implementing assembly
<SvnInfo RepositoryPath= "https://HYMIE/svn/WindowsCalculator/trunk" Username="[user]" Password="[password]" ToolPath="Framework\tools\svn"> <Output TaskParameter="Revision" PropertyName="RevisionNumber" /> </SvnInfo> <FileUpdate Files=" WinCalc\Properties\AssemblyInfo.cs"
Reads SVN revision number
Regex="(\d+)\.(\d+)\.(\d+)\.(\d+)" ReplacementText="$1.$2.$3.$(RevisionNumber)" />
<MSBuild Targets="Clean;Rebuild" Projects="WindowsCalculator.sln" /> </Target> <Target Name="Deploy"> <AssemblyInfoReader Path=" WinCalc\Properties\AssemblyInfo.cs" Property="AssemblyVersion"> <Output TaskParameter="Value" ItemName="Version" /> </AssemblyInfoReader> <Zip Files="@(SetupSourceFiles)" ZipFileName="WindowsCalculator.%(Version.Identity).zip" Flatten="true" ContinueOnError="false" /> <Copy SourceFiles="WindowsCalculator.%(Version.Identity).zip" DestinationFolder="c:\Dev\Release" />
Uses regex to update assembly info
Custom task reads assembly version
Autom ating the build process
<Delete Files="WindowsCalculator.%(Version.Identity).zip"/> </Target> </Project>
You extend the default build for the Windows calculator project and add the deploy target. You import the MSBuild Community Tasks using the predefined targets file. And you tell MSBuild that the task AssemblyInfoReference defined in TaskName that you intend to use is implemented in the assembly defined in the AssemblyFile attribute B. Then you extend the build target. You read the SVN revision number C first, using the SvnInfo Community Task. The revision number is saved in the $(RevisionNumber) property. Next, you use the FileUpdate Community Task D to update AssemblyInfo.cs with the new version number. After that, you perform the build on the solution. When the build target is ready, MSBuild fires the Deploy target. Using your custom task, you read the version number into the $(Version) property E. Using the property metadata %(Version.Identity), you create a zip file. The archive is copied into the release directory and deleted. You ve put everything together. The script you wrote is ready to be used as a part of a CI process.
Sum m ary
Build automation is an essential part of the CI process, because CI occurs behind the scenes. You need an automated process that will perform the entire build every time it s needed. Ideally, the automation process is scriptable. Changes can be made manually, or automatically with a tool like Visual Studio. You should be able to define various execution paths. Using conditions and parameterization, you should be able to perform various types of builds according to the situation. And your build process should be easily extensible. Many tools deal with the build automation. Right now, MSBuild seems to be the best choice for .NET developers using Windows and Visual Studio; it s integrated with .NET Framework and used in the UI. But there are alternatives, such as NAnt. The choice is yours. In the next chapter, we ll look at ways to bend the build process a little. You ll connect the end with the beginning and add some continuity to this process. To do so, you need a CI server.
Choosing the right CI server
This chapter covers
CI server basics Choosing the right CI server Setting up CruiseControl.NET, TeamCity, and TFS Team Build Discussing build triggers Checking some extended capabilities of CI servers
In chapters 2 and 3, you gathered everything you need to perform full integration in a single repository. You now know how to build everything automatically. You re fully prepared for continuous integration (CI). You have all the bits and pieces to set up a fully automated process that eventually will build, test, deploy, and analyze an application to help ensure it functions correctly, follows best practices, and is deployable by the customer. It ll be a process that runs with each source code change and provides immediate feedback to the development team. To accomplish this, you need a CI server. In this chapter, we ll give you an overview of what s on the market today. We ll look at the Microsoft flagship in this area: Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010.
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