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Continuous Integration Helpers: CCNetConfig and CIFactory

If you use CruiseControl.NET or are thinking about setting it up, it can be daunting because of the XML document that you have to write for the configuration.  If you already have it set up, you definitely want to check out CCNetConfig, a configuration editor for CruiseControl.NET.  It works like many of the configuration editors such as the WCF configuration editor (comes with .NET Framework 3.0 I believe) or the Enterprise Library Configuration Editor.  Definitely something worth looking at.

CIFactory by contrast, is a complete solution for you.  If you haven't set it up, it walks you through a series of questions and has everything set up for you.  It even installs CruiseControl.NET and Nant for you. You tell it where your source control is and a few other steps and you are off and running with Continuous Integration. It comes bundled with some goodies, and you can also download some others or even write your own.

Print | posted on Friday, November 9, 2007 10:01 AM | Filed Under [ Code ApplicationsToysOther ]

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