Continuous Delivery tags

On gitversioning subdirectories

We have lots of NuGet. Every time we build, we publish a new version. but every build does not change the source code of the code in that version. wouldn’t it be nice if we could detect that the subdirectory hasn’t changed and so has the same version it did last time we built it? We use gitversion, so we …

TeamCity, GitHub and Pull Requests

I’ve been having fun setting up TeamCity builds, specifically trying to run a static analysis build that shows it’s results on a pull request. This lead me to discover some issues with the built-in TeamCity support. It is really easy to set up a build task that runs PowerShell as its build step. With this I …

.Net Open Source Series - 7. Lifecycle Management

This is a series on my findings around building open source software online for free. There are many SAAS (Software As A Service) platforms out there and a lot of these are free to use with your open source projects. But not all of these work with C# and .Net. So this series highlights the tools and products out there …

.Net Open Source Series - 6. Metrics

This is a series on my findings around building open source software online for free. There are many SAAS (Software As A Service) platforms out there and a lot of these are free to use with your open source projects. But not all of these work with C# and .Net. So this series highlights the tools and products out there …

.Net Open Source Series - 5. Documentation

This is a series on my findings around building open source software online for free. There are many SAAS (Software As A Service) platforms out there and a lot of these are free to use with your open source projects. But not all of these work with C# and .Net. So this series highlights the tools and products out there …

.Net Open Source Series - 4. Publish & Deploy

This is a series on my findings around building open source software online for free. There are many SAAS (Software As A Service) platforms out there and a lot of these are free to use with your open source projects. But not all of these work with C# and .Net. So this series highlights the tools and products out there …

.Net Open Source Series - 3. Test

This is a series on my findings around building open source software online for free. There are many SAAS (Software As A Service) platforms out there and a lot of these are free to use with your open source projects. But not all of these work with C# and .Net. So this series highlights the tools and products out there …

.Net Open Source Series - 2. Build

This is a series on my findings around building open source software online for free. There are many SAAS (Software As A Service) platforms out there and a lot of these are free to use with your open source projects. But not all of these work with C# and .Net. So this series highlights the tools and products out there …

.Net Open Source Series - 1. Source Control

This is a series on my findings around building open source software online for free. There are many SAAS (Software As A Service) platforms out there and a lot of these are free to use with your open source projects. But not all of these work with C# and .Net. So this series highlights the tools and products out there …

monocov + Travis-CI = WINNING

After much frustration, I now have monocov running on my Travis-CI build, and I’m going to share with you how I did it. TL;DR The coverage results don’t seem accurate just yet, but jump to the end to see the full script to get it going on your build. As I mentioned in a previous post, I am building a …

Travis-ci, C# and PCL

As any good library should do, I’m building my BCLExtensions project(extensions for the .net base class library) using PCL (Portable class library, Profile328 to be exact). It works great on my AppVeyor CI builds, which is a great .Net windows build server. I recently discovered Travis-CI has added beta C# …

Hey, I found this thing called Coveralls.io

In my pursuit to find a build task runner for my code coverage I stumbled on this whole other side of the internet I didn’t know about (from a .Net developer’s perspective). I’ve been using AppVeyor.com for my open-source CI build, which is a great option for anyone with a project on the Microsoft …