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average check-in rate. In other words, if the developers on your team check in more quickly than the build process, you should choose this type of trigger. It accumulates the check-ins and triggers the build after the currently running build finishes. You can also set a rough equivalent of a quiet period, as you saw earlier when working with TeamCity. You can prevent the build from executing for a given amount of time, during which check-ins are accumulated. It isn t the same, but it can do the trick.
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Figure 4.31 Adding a new build definition to a Team project in Visual Studio 2010 Team Explorer
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Figure 4.32 Visual Studio 2010 guides you through the creation of a build definition. Assign a name using a convention of some sort that will help you manage a large number of build definitions if you plan to have them. Also choose a trigger type.
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Gated check-in A gated check-in build is a mechanism that prevents bad code
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from getting into the source code repository. It compiles the code and runs unit tests before check-in. Everything must pass, or the check-in isn t allowed. The gated check-in is similar to the TeamCity pre-tested commit.
Schedule The scheduled trigger lets you organize your builds; for example, you
can do a nightly or weekly build.
In this case, choose a strict CI build. On the Workspace tab, you can define the working folder that the build agent will use and the source control folders it will pull from. Use the defaults unless you have a more complicated source control layout. On the Build Defaults tab, you choose the Build Controller to be used for this build and the output drop folder where the build agent will copy the build result and the log file. This must be a network share, and you must have enough rights to use it. A little explanation is needed for the Process tab shown in figure 4.33. The build definition in TFS 2010 is created using XAML and Windows Workflow Foundation. We won t dive into the details in this book; in this case, you ll use the default build template. But if you want to make extensive use of TFS 2010, this is a good opportunity to learn about XAML and Windows Workflow.
Choosing the right CI server
Figure 4.33 When you define a build in TFS, you can use XAML templates. For an ordinary CI process, you can use the default template; but if you want to customize this and that, it s time to get some Workflow Foundation information (you can start at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/vstudio/ aa718795.aspx).
If you stick with the default template, you have to choose the item to be built from the source control repository. It can be a solution file if you wish, or it can be an MSBuild script. Choose Items to Build from the build process parameters (with a small yellow exclamation mark), and click Add on the Solutions/Projects tab. Navigate to the WindowsCalculator.sln file, and choose it. It will be used for the CI build. The last tab controls the build retention. You define how long build information should be kept for a given build s output. From now on, your CI build definition runs on the TFS server. Every time you check in something, the build will trigger. To watch the build queue, double-click the build definition in Team Explorer to open the Build Explorer, and choose the Queued tab (see figure 4.34). You ve now defined a CI build process, and it s running on TFS. The build process runs on a build agent and everything is ready for the developers to start work. It s time to move to the next step, defining feedback mechanisms, which we ll look at in chapter 5.
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You can watch the build queue in Build Explorer. The first build is waiting in the queue.
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In this chapter, we ve talked about using CruiseControl.NET, TeamCity, and TFS 2010 as your CI server. There are others to choose from that we haven t discussed. The market is now in such a state that there s no single obvious tool to use. Some of them are great for small teams and others for enterprise-level development. Some are free; others you must pay for. Some are easy to use, and others put an angle-bracket tax on you. Some are packed with features that solve problems you re not even aware of. We ll go with a mix of CCNet, TeamCity, and TFS 2010 in the book. We think they re a good ground to lay a foundation under your CI process. CCNet is feature poor, but it s completely open source so you can easily poke around to extend it or to see what s going on inside. It s a good choice for a small team if you like to check things for yourself. TeamCity is free for smaller teams, and it keeps up with the features offered by the Microsoft flagship, TFS. We know we re throwing a lot of options at you to consider, but you must remember a few important things when considering these CI options. Your CI server shouldn t be a build server. It should provide feedback. It should build quickly and should efficiently give you information whenever the code quality is degrading, there s a problem with your codebase, or your tests are failing. In the next chapter, we ll discuss feedback mechanisms.
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