[Mono-list] NAnt vs make
Fri, 13 Dec 2002 19:35:34 +0100
Nick Drochak wrote:
> | These should all help you to see why NAnt might be a better option:
> | http://draconet.sourceforge.net/
> Ooooh. This is cool.
Is this kind of like Mozilla's TinderBox?
> | Running a continuous integration system using a system like
> | Draco.NET (built on NAnt/NDoc/NUnit) or even NAnt BuildServer is a one way of ensuring that
> | code quality is consistently high and that potential problem are
> | detected as
> | quickly as possible. You can configure the system to build/test/check code
> | even as they are committed to your source control system.
> Yep. We want that. Especially if it can run on both windows and *nix.
> Assuming we get someone to configure it, is there a server to use for
> something like this?
I still need to have a look at the documentation, but it would be very
interesting to have this kind of thing setup for Mono.
I will be moving to my own appartement during Christmas and I have a
'spare' machine I want to put debian on, so it might be possible to see
if I can get it working (not sure if Draco.NET runs under mono yet).
If we have several machines (both windows & linux) it would be nice to
have central 'site' that contains a summary of build status (something
like http://tinderbox.mozilla.org/showbuilds.cgi?tree=SeaMonkey ). Any