[MonoDevelop] Continuous Integration Tools

Stephen Shaw sshaw at decriptor.com
Tue Sep 29 20:11:40 EDT 2009

On Tue, Sep 29, 2009 at 10:05 AM, Michael Greene
<michael.greene at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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:
> http://redsolo.blogspot.com/2008/04/guide-to-building-net-projects-using.html
> 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
> with.
> Michael
> 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.

I'm using hudson for all of our mono-uia build stuff.  Its worked out
well so far... At least I think so ;)


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