[MonoDevelop] Continuous Integration Tools

Michael Greene michael.greene at gmail.com
Tue Sep 29 12:05:57 EDT 2009

TeamCity works excellent with C#/Mono/.NET projects and should work on Linux,
though I have only used the Windows version.  Hudson also works well with
Linux and you should be able to use it with Mono, replacing Microsoft
components with Mono components in this tutorial:

Really, most CI tools that work on Linux should work fine with Mono, but
those are the two that I've had success with and have seen others use Mono


Hymee wrote:
> Hi,
> Just about to embark on a large project and we are seriously considering
> Mono for this one.  We are an experienced .Net shop, but this time must
> develop on Linux for a variety of reasons.  Can someone point me in the
> right direction to look at some continuous integration tools (aka cruise
> control) for the Linux environment.
> Cheers,
> Hymee.

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