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To better understand the CI process, you should have a simple but real-world example of software that you can put under source control in the next chapter and eventually integrate continuously. At this early point, you ll only create a Visual Studio solution and the project files. You ll add the code in later chapters. You want a sample application that isn t trivial but is as easy as possible for demonstration purposes. How about a leasing/credit calculator It may not be a tool that ll prevent the next worldwide financial crisis, but it s a piece of software that ll provide a straightforward answer to a simple question: how much will you pay monthly for your dream car or house
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Figure 1.10 You ll create a CI process for an application consisting of one shared library with two UIs: Windows and web.
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The architecture will be sophisticated, as you can see in figure 1.10. The application will consist of one shared library with two clients. One client will be made using WPF and the other with Web Forms. You ll create a full CI process for this tool throughout this book. But remember, the project is only a pretext to show you how to set up a CI process and not a goal in itself. You ll use Visual Studio 2010 to develop the application. In this chapter, we ll present two examples using ASP.NET and WPF, but the techniques described are suitable for other kinds of .NET applications like Windows Forms, ASP.NET MVC, Silverlight, and mobile apps. The details may differ, but the easiest way to set the CI process correctly is to think about it from the beginning. It never hurts to first think about what you want to accomplish and then do it afterward not the other way around. The first part of the example we ll look at is the core of the application: a shared library used with the finance mathematical part of the software.
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The financial library project will contain all the necessary code to perform the financial calculation. You ll start small with one class to perform a leasing/credit installment calculation. DIRECTORY STRUCTURE Pick a directory to work with. By default, Visual Studio stores projects somewhere deep in the user folder structure, which makes all the paths long and error prone. It s better to make the path shorter anything on the first level in the directory structure will do, such as C:\Project, C:\Development, or C:\Work. For this example, let s use C:\Dev. Consider organizing your project directory a little better than the Visual Studio defaults. If you create a project, you ll get a solution file named after the project. Visual Studio will also create a directory under the solution file, again named after the project, and place the project file inside. That may be all right for a quick shot, but you should consider taking this structure under your control. First, if you plan to have more than one project in a solution, consider naming the solution differently than any of the projects. Second, remember the golden rule of CI: keep everything you need to integrate inside the repository. To meet this rule, you ll need a directory to keep all your stuff in. You can name it lib or tools. And you can go even further, as you can see in figure 1.11.
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Figure 1.11 Different project directory organization structures. Files can be grouped in logical collections. Pick a pattern that suits you.
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Organizing your files in logical groups makes the solution directory tidy. For example, source files go in a directory called src, and documentation-related stuff goes in the doc directory. Of course, this isn t divine knowledge, and you may have a good reason to do it differently. You may want to put the documentation in another repository or to not have a separate source directory. It s up to you, but you should at least think about it. ORGANIZING THE PROJECT STRUCTURE Here are the steps to organize the project:
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Launch Visual Studio, and create a new solution. Select File > New > Project from the Visual Studio menu. The New Project dialog box opens (see figure 1.12). In the Installed Templates list, select Other Project Types > Visual Studio Solutions, and then choose Blank Solution. Enter Framework for the solution name and C:\Dev\ for the location, and click OK. To add the financial-calculation library to the newly created solution, first choose File > Add > New Project. Then choose Visual C# > Windows, select Class Library, and name the library CalcCore. (In a real solution, you may have other libraries parallel to the core for example, a project containing databaseaccess classes or controls ready for reuse in various projects.) Your Solution Explorer should look similar to figure 1.13. You need to change some Visual Studio defaults to give better results when you build the project and put it under the CI process. From the Solution Explorer, right-click the CalcCore project, and select Properties. Switch to the Build tab. Under Errors and Warnings, check if the warning level is set to 4 (see figure 1.14). Under Treat Warnings as Errors, select All.
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