Il blog di Giulio Vian

Notes and considerations of small consultant, lately on ALM

March, 2010

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    Testing the build

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    This is a topic I haven’t frequently read about, so I will describe my personal findings and techniques. Testing My technique to testing the build itself is based on those assumptions: you need to test incremental change to your build, even when the project...
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    Continuous Integration scoping

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    An issue you may have with Continuous Integration (CI) is this: whichever files you check-in, TFS will kick-off a CI build. Too often this is not what you want: the CI build should limit to monitor the trunk or a particular branch, and may only a portion...
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    Where the build script reside

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    This is a corollary of the Codeline Organization post. Where do I place the build script are in the Version Control? My opinion is to store them under the trunk or branch, i.e. inside the codeline. Please note that your actual branching structure is ininfluent...
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    Codeline Organization

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    Caveat: this post is not about branches but the content of the trunk and, as consequence, of the branches; look at Visual Studio TFS Branching Guide 2010 for more information about branching. So, what I will write about? On the organization of the various...
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    Back to writing

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    It’s been a looong time since I posted anything on this blog. I apologize with my twenty-five readers, but I prepared a bunch of posts, mostly on the build and deploy as it' has been my duty in the last months. See you soon.
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