[Mono-dev] Windows builds

Mladen Mihajlovic mmihajlovic at gmail.com
Thu Oct 16 19:07:46 UTC 2014

Is a commercial CI server necessary? Appveyor seems to be able to do the
job and it's free for open source projects. https://ci.appveyor.com/

On 16 October 2014 20:33, Bryan Crotaz <bryan.crotaz at silvercurve.co.uk>

> I have a Windows CI cloud service running (Elastic Bamboo). If it helps
> get Windows development going so that I can get in and fix mono bugs when I
> find them, I'd be happy to sponsor running a nightly build and test of mono
> on a clean Windows box. Let's say for 12 months to start with and see where
> we go.
> However... I don't have time (or experience - I've tried and failed) to
> get the build running in the first place.
> If someone can get the repo to a point where there's a build script that
> runs as a single step and a separate test script which runs the (nunit?)
> tests, then I can get that set up as a nightly build and get it publishing
> the results out to the web somewhere. It can do all the usual "which tests
> broke" stuff and report whose changes broke it. If we feel flash with cash
> we can run it against pull requests too.
> Who's with me?
> Bryan
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