Tags down


Integrating Visual Studio Test Project with Cruise Control

By : George
Date : July 27 2020, 07:00 PM
To fix this issue From some of the initial research it doesn't appear to be a super simple solution.
It appears that doing this involves having Visual Studio 2008 actually installed on the continuous integration server, which could be a deal breaker.
code :

Share : facebook icon twitter icon

subversion/cruise control/nant/nunit with visual studio projects and solutions

By : ethiessen
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you I've been using subversion for quite some years now and I have to say that the best introduction I've found is included in the help file for TortoiseSVN. TortoiseSVN is another free client for Windows with Explorer integration. I highly recommend reading the Tortoise help first, even before the original subversion docs. Where necessary it refers you to the official docs.
Tortoise also happens to be my favorite client. In fact, on most machines it is the only subversion component I need. It performs all of the functions I use routinely, including repository creation. While that is no knock to the regular command-line tools, and I do install those as well in most cases, I only find the cli tools necessary for automation from scripts and (infrequent) repository maintenance functions.

Integrating MSTest with Cruise control for multiple projects

By : Venki
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out ... in the meantime I checked the problem in more detail and it seems that my 1st guess was right (although I didn't realize that no real build script but a simple batch is used):
Problem: A single working directory is used for all projects. Each project produces it's own results.xml file but since they are all stored in the same location results are overwritten.
code :
del "%CCNetArtifactDirectory%\results.xml"
MSTest.exe /testcontainer:<PathtoTestProject>\Bin\Debug\TestAssembly.dll /resultsfile:"%CCNetArtifactDirectory%\results.xml"
<project name="ProjectA">
    <cb:define projectArtifactDirectory="C:\path\to\data\of\ProjectA" />

Integrating a .exe file into a visual studio project

By : user3321868
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue If you just want to include so you don't have to ship two files then just include it into the project as "embedded resource" (see project item options) and then you can call ResourceManager.GetStream and write it to file and call Process.Start.
If you want integrate the functions of that exe so that the exe is not needed anymore (no Process.Start) then you need the source code...

cruise control -how to execute batch file in cruise control and how to publish in different folder using cruise control

By : user3779665
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do The error you are getting with the batch file might be resolved by using cmd.exe as executable and "/c D:\DITBUILT.bat" as arguments?

Integrating Source Code into a Visual Studio Project

By : Smitha Jayapradeep
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need In order to reference these files, you'll need to...
Add the Hangfire project (or projects!) into your Solution. This can be done by right-click -> add existing Project on the solution. Make sure that you're referencing the Hangfire in the Solution. This can be ensured by removing all references, and then readding them, making sure to draw from the Solution section in the Add Reference dialog. Make sure the Hangfire projects are set to build in the dependant configurations. This can be done by selecting the Configuration Manager either in Solution settings or via the configuration or platform drop-down. Make sure the Hangfire projects are checked for any configuration/platform combinationin which your projects are selected
Privacy Policy - Terms - Contact Us © voile276.org