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In the last days I've been working on my Vista Sidebar Gadget with the intent to make it v1.0 before going back to Italy at the beginning of August.

I'd like to make version 1 of my gadget a replacement for the CCTray application that ships with CruiseControl.NET: last month I silently released version 0.9 with the possibility to force a build on the serverĀ and now I'm trying to add the possibility to play a sound when a build breaks or, even better, launch a batch file.

I'm also adding small enhancements to the UI, like the ones requested by David Gardiner or the ones by David Mitchell.

This is the list of the items that will be included in version 1.0:

I will probably release a 0.9.5 version next week to get from you some feedback, and will probably release version 1.0 before the end of July.

Would you like to have some other feature in the gadget? Do you have any suggestion? Please leave a comment and let me know what you think about it.

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posted on Friday, June 29, 2007 8:28 PM

Comments on this entry:

# re: CC.NET Monitor almost v1.0

Left by Thomas Gravgaard at 6/30/2007 12:24 AM

I would so much want it to work on my CCNET configuration. For some reason nothing happens when I give it the URL to my server. I have tried almost anything. Unfortunately it does not display any help info so I can see what is going wrong. Maybe it is because it does not live in a ccnet virtual dir or is a wrong version or something. But it is hard to tell... :(

# re: CC.NET Monitor almost v1.0

Left by simone at 6/30/2007 12:30 AM

Can you give me the url of your ccnet installation (if accessible from outside your network) and I'll try to understand where the problem is.
I should add more error messages

# re: CC.NET Monitor almost v1.0

Left by simone at 7/1/2007 3:18 AM

Just as follow-up to Thomas problem: he was running CC.NET 1.0.2, which didn't have the XmlStatusReport that is needed for CCNET Monitor to work.

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