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When I first started with build automation, I started out with .   I loved NAnt. NAnt loved me. We were happy.   I could program anything with the NAnt XML goodness.   If there wasn't a function or task to do what I wanted, I simply wrote one, compiled it,   and wrote some more XML; it couldn't be any more simple!  I think the part I liked the most was the instant gratification I had with being able to automate something that would/could not otherwise be automated [at least not in a simple manner] with a little bit of XML programming. Soon after NAnt gained popularity, was released from Microsoft, which eventually effectively squashed NAnt (IMHO, no stats to back this up).   We never migrated our scripts over to MSBuild because we had significant investment in NAnt already, but it wasn't hard to shell off to MSBuild to compile our solutions.   Eventually I worked on a new project (at a new ) and needed to learn how to use MSBuild since we were using TFS on that project. Shortly after I started integrating MSBuild into NAnt, and then started learning MSBuild, I started feeling a twinge.   Now that automation is a given, I need something more than programming in this extremely limited XML environment.   Sure, I can write a new MSBuild task just like I did in NAnt, but is it worth it?  My answer is an emphatic no.   I need a great user experience.   Something that feels nice AND is powerful. Enter .

It sounds like MAKE; if it looks and feels like MAKE, I might vomit!  No thanks!
Glad you brought that up, Dear Reader (If can reference you like that, I can too).   It's not really like MAKE.   In fact, the things you do inside of a RAKE file, is write Ruby code!  RAKE really gives you a nice [internal] DSL for automating tasks.   If there is something you want to do that isn't built in, [zestril 10mg pills $126.00] write a little ruby code to do it.   No compilation and putting the dll in the write place, etc. etc.   Programming in Ruby vs. XML. . . now that feels nice (requirement #1 above).
But wait!  RAKE is for building Ruby and Rails apps, we can't possibly use it for . NET!
RAKE, just like Ant, NAnt or MSBuild, is a general purpose, task based automation tool.   It may be written in Ruby, but it can build . NET solutions (with the help of MSBuild), Java projects (with the help of Ant or Maven), or Flex, or whatever.   I call that powerful (requirement #2 above). Please note I'm not claiming to be the first person to do this in . NET, I've found of doing it too. Here is an example of my first rake script for . NET (some pieces borrowed heavily from the Fluent NH guys. Zestril 10mg pills $126.00 . . thanks!). Enjoy/Discuss. An always updated version of this file can be found here:
require "BuildUtils. rb"
include FileTest
require 'rubygems'
gem 'rubyzip'
require 'zip/zip'
require 'zip/zipfilesystem'

#building stuff
CLR_VERSION = "v3. 5"
SOLUTION = "src/CoreLib. sln"

# versioning stuff
BUILD_NUMBER = "0. 1. 0. "
PRODUCT = "CoreLib"
COPYRIGHT = "Copyright © 2009 Jon Fuller"
COMPANY = "Jon Fuller"
COMMON_ASSEMBLY_INFO = "src/CommonAssemblyInfo. cs"

desc "Compiles,  tests"
task :all => [:default]

desc "Compiles,  tests"
task :default => [:compile,  :unit_test,  :package]

desc "Update the version information for the build"
task :version do
  builder = AsmInfoBuilder. new BUILD_NUMBER, 
    :product   => PRODUCT, 
    :copyright => COPYRIGHT, 
    :company   => COMPANY
  builder. write COMMON_ASSEMBLY_INFO

desc "Prepares the working directory for a new build"
task :clean do
  Dir. mkdir output_dir unless exists?(output_dir)

desc "Compiles the app"
task :compile => [:clean,  :version] do
  MSBuildRunner. compile :compilemode  => COMPILE_TARGET, 
    :solutionfile => SOLUTION, 
    :clrversion   => CLR_VERSION

desc "Runs unit tests"
task :unit_test => :compile do
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    :results_file => File. join(output_dir,  "nunit. xml")
  runner. executeTests Dir. glob("src/*Test*"). map { |proj| proj. split('/'). last }

desc "Displays a list of tasks"
task :help do
  taskHash = Hash[*(`rake. cmd -T`. split(/\n/). collect { |l| l. match(/rake (\S+)\s+\#\s(. +)/). to_a }. collect { |l| [l[1],  l[2]] }). flatten] 

  indent = "                          "

  puts "rake #{indent}#Runs the 'default' task"

  taskHash. zestril 10mg pills $126.00 each_pair do |key,  value|
    if key. nil?
    puts "rake #{key}#{indent. slice(0,  indent. length - key. length)}##{value}"

desc "Packages the binaries into a zip"
task :package => :compile do
  source_files = Dir. glob("src/#{MAIN_PROJECT}/bin/#{COMPILE_TARGET}/**/*")
  dest_files = source_files. map{ |f| f. sub("src/#{MAIN_PROJECT}/bin/#{COMPILE_TARGET}/",  "#{MAIN_PROJECT}/")}
  Zip::ZipFile. open(File. join(output_dir,  "#{MAIN_PROJECT}. zip"),  'w') do |zipfile|
    0. upto(source_files. size-1) do |i|
        puts "Zipping #{source_files[i]} to #{dest_files[i]}"
        zipfile. add(dest_files[i],  source_files[i])

def output_dir
  if ENV. keys. include?('CC_BUILD_ARTIFACTS')
    return 'results'

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