[Mono-list] Continous Integration on Linux
Mads Bondo Dydensborg
mbd at dbc.dk
Wed Sep 10 01:50:13 EDT 2008
torsdag 10 Juli 2008 skrev Ben Joldersma:
> We use Cruise Control (not .Net) for our linux continuous integration as
> well. It works great.
> We're currently using Ant / NAnt (some combination of the two, I forget how
> exactly) for building, but I was wondering: is anyone building with CC &
> MSBUILD/xBuild? We'd like to switch over to this, so we can use the same
> configurations for our workstations (MonoDevelop) as we use in our build
Yes, we have been using CC .NET to build using xbuild/msbuild (xbuild on
Linux, msbuild on Windows). However, we wrapped calls to xbuild on Linux in
Makefiles to accomodate for some of the shortcomings in xbuild (at the time).
We stopped using it around March 2008 because the project was cancelled, but
we are currently trying to get CC .NET to build all our C++ software. Some
bugs in mono are stopping us from doing that however: CC .NET will work fine
with a handfull of projects, but running more than 40 we have found that the
mono threading system crashes (or something, this is still under
> ben joldersma
> software architect
> [o]: 206.973.8003
> [c]: 206.349.2852
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 9:10 AM, Rolando Martinez
<rolandomartinezg at gmail.com>
> > Hi Aquil,
> > I thought that Cruise Control is just Java project. I will see more the
> > documentation about Cruise Control.
> > Thank you!!!
> > Rolando.
> > 2008/7/9 Aquil H. Abdullah <aquil.abdullah at gmail.com>:
> > Hello Rolando,
> >> I am currently using a combination of NAnt and Cruise Control for a
> >> Continuous Build process. Both are fairly easy to download and install.
> >> However, I did have some configuration issues which took me some time to
> >> sort out. NOTE: I am using Cruise Control and not CCNet.
> >> On Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 2:00 AM, Rolando Martinez <
> >> rolandomartinezg at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> I would like to know if anyone knows how to install some CI Server
> >>> (BuildBot or CCNet or wathever..). I didn't find any useful site where I
> >>> see how to make it on Linux =(
> >>> Thanks you!!!
> >>> Regards,
> >>> Rolando.
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> >> Aquil H. Abdullah
> >> aquil.abdullah at gmail.com
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