Monthly Archives: October 2007

Daily routine with continuous integration

This post was originally published here. I chuckled quite a bit after reading the Top 5 Signs of Discontinuous Integration, though I think “dysfunctional integration” is a better word.  So what’s my routine? Start of the day Check if build … Continue reading 

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The Legacy Code Dilemma and compiler warnings

This post was originally published here. I hit the Legacy Code Dilemma today while trying to reduce compiler warnings in our solution.  For those that don’t know it, the Legacy Code Dilemma is: I need to fix some legacy code, … Continue reading 

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Setting off a CC.NET build from NAnt

This post was originally published here. One of the new features in CruiseControl.NET are integration queues with priorities.  By default, all projects can execute concurrently, but sometimes, I want to have a master build execute first, then dependent builds next.  This … Continue reading 

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