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CruiseControl.NET 1.3 released

I just got the announcement about the latest release of CruiseControl.NET 1.3. The new version is now build with NET 2.0, so it needs the NET 2.0 redistributable to run. The main feature are: support for integration queues to control build concurrency and manage dependencies between projects performance improvements in the web dashboard, especially for cctray polling via http ccnet has been migrated to .net 2.0 and now takes advantage of some of the features of .net 2.0 including switching the EmailPublisher to use SMTP support for the Accurev SCM For more details look at the release notes on...

Twitter Publisher for CC.NET

Thomas Freudenberg, an active blogger and CS MVP from Germany, just released a very useful CC.NET publisher task: Twitter publisher. I joined the Twitter band-wagon more or less one month ago, and I'm using Twitteroo to receive my "friends" notifications on the desktop, so I think it will be a good idea to receive a notification every time a build is triggered on the Subtext build server. I downloaded the publisher, installed it on Subtext build server, added 2 lines of configuration in the ccnet.config file and in 5 minutes I had the twitter publisher up and running. After you change the...

CC.NET Monitor screencast

This weekend I decided to try Camtasia to record a screencast to show you how my CC.NET monitoring gadget looks like before you decide to install it on your Vista computer. But also to show people that don't have Vista what they are missing. The screencast shows how to add the gadget to the sidebar, how to configure it to monitor 2 different build servers choosing only the projects you are interested in and how it looks like both in the docked and undocked view. This is my first screencast, and also the first time I record my voice, so,...

Are we all CI addicted?

Yesterday, after a few weeks not working on Subtext main trunk (busy with the CC.NET Monitor and the testing of the soon-to-be-released 1.9.5 version) I updated my local working folder from the SVN repository. And as soon as I opened the solution I got errors saying that a project was missing. I removed the project in my local solution, and then VS complained that some file were added to some projects, but were missing on the disk: somebody in the team probably added a new solution and a few files to the project, but only committed the project files, but...