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Manish Agrawal My Experiments with Technology.. Build / Release For .Net Platform Using Tools MSBuild, CC.Net, NAnt, FxCop, NDoc, NUnit, etc.
March 19th: Posts I liked
Inspired by Scott Gu, I also felt the need of blogging the Links/BlogPosts I liked: ** March 19th is the date in "my" context and not that of posts I refer. Build & Release Automation (it is on top priorities in my list of personal project development) CI Server: Redefine Your Build Process with Continous Integration: Jay Flowers has written an excellent article on CI and about his tool CI Factory. I think Jay Flower has some similar thinking process I do, CI Factory has almost the same features ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 18, 2008 3:16 PM

Configuration Environment Architecture
Overview Based on experience, as well an industry acceptance that development teams are construction driven and are always less focused to Software Process. This has been identified and henceforth the inspiration behind the proposed architecture, as a remedy, by keeping build management beyond developer’s domain. Modern configuration environment is getting complex due to rising nature of applications to be distributed whereby they are dependent on their functionality on other applications. Such scenarios ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 26, 2007 8:28 AM

How To RSS Subversion Change Log

Brain Ritchie has written an excellent post mentioning the steps to RSS enable your Subversion Change Log. You can check it here.

Thanks Brain and Martin Pittenauer for your contribution.

Posted On Monday, May 21, 2007 12:13 AM

Issue Trackers

Edd Dumbill has done excellent work by listing out the Issue Trackers with some details here. This is very helpful in deciding to go with which Issue Tracker.

Thanks Edd.. nice list, keep it updating..

Posted On Monday, April 2, 2007 1:40 PM

How to use Subversion more effectively with proper Repository Structure and better use of Branching/Tagging/Versioning..
In this article, I have assumed that the reader is aware of the basic functionality of Subversion. This article has been written to make the usage of Subversion more efficient and more effective, as not much information is available on this subject in context of Subversion. Although most of the things are already mentioned in the Subversion Documentation, but going through such vast information in one go becomes something uncommon. So it is good to have small articles targetting a specific feature ......

Posted On Monday, September 25, 2006 8:23 AM

How To: Install the Subversion SVN (HTTP Module/Server/Client) on Windows
Download the binaries For Server machine: Go to the Apache download page and download the version (apache_2.0.54-win32-x86-no... of Apache web server. I tried downloading some latest versions also but faced few issues in installation, so I continued with version 2.0.54. Go to the Svn1ClickSetup download page and download the latest version. As of the writing of this article it is 1.3.2. For Client machine/s: It will be sufficient to just install Tortoise SVN Client, it can be downloaded from ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 14, 2006 9:22 PM

Problem with Digitally Signing Assemblies...
Narendra has written a good post on resolving the problem related to Digitally Signing of Assemblies is .Net 2.0 (url : The problem is: 1. To digitally sign assemblies “AssemblyIncludeSigni... must be set to true, but once it is set to true it becomes mandatory to write “AssemblyDelaySign... attribute in AssemblyInfo.cs file. 2. There is a logical error in the code (of AssemblyInfoTask.cs), which is mentioned ......

Posted On Monday, February 20, 2006 6:54 PM

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