|C#, TeamCity - Avoiding the post build events on the TeamCity server|
| by Geoff The in Programming Languages|
I have a number of projects which I have outputting to a central
repository of DLLs in my development environment. This is achieved by
adding an XCopy command into the Post-build event command line of the
XCOPY $(TargetDir)$(TargetFileName) C:DEVlibrary /I
I want this to happen in dev mode but when on
the TeamCity server I want to avoid the scr
|How should I tell TeamCity's NuGet Installer build step to use both NuGet.org and the TeamCity provided packages source?|
| by the vk in Programming Languages|
I'm having trouble with my NuGet Installer build step.
using both official NuGet.org packages and our own packages hosted on the
TeamCity NuGet server. If I leave Packages Sources blank, then packages
from nuget.org are found, but as soon as I specify
%teamcity.nuget.feed.server% as the package source, then
packages from nuget.org are not found.
|MStests through TeamCity|
| by deom2i in Development Tools & Services|
How do you run MStests through TeamCity and the MSBUILD option? Do you
put these settings in the main solution?
|Git Push to Teamcity CI|
| by Caomai in Programming Languages|
(using .net, TeamCity, git)
To create a repository with git
that our team can push to, it needs to be
--bare. This works
for source control.
repository is the one that will be monitored to trigger CI builds using
TeamCity. The question I have is how can I use this repository to trigger
builds because there is no code (
|How much will it cost if I use TeamCity + EC2?|
| by Netopia in Development Tools & Services|
Is there anyone have experience with using TeamCity on Amazon
How much will it cost on monthly basis? I will run the build
process once a day (most of the time).
Or I should use other
solution rather than EC2? We need to have online access to the build
|PartCover and TeamCity|
| by Andrew Mattie in Programming Languages|
I am using TeamCity to build via a solution file. I am attempting to get
"PartCover" to work it. It is easy enough to point it to the partcover.exe,
I am just unsure how to get team city to produce a proper report from the
results of our nUnit test. I have added the a coverage.zip file to our
setup and it is displaying the correct info under the artefacts tab,
however under the code coverage ta
|Building WP7 in TeamCity|
| by Waynew in Mobile Programming|
I have been working to try and get my WP7 application building in
Teamcity. To do this, I have managed to get the dlls and .target files
requires for the application to build successfully.
problem I am having is when it comes to the Xap Packaging. The Xap
Packaging step happens as follows:
[16:18:03]: [XapPackager] Begin
|How do I upgrade the database used by teamcity?|
| by CyberGreg in Development Tools & Services|
I'm trying to upgrade from teamcity 6.5 to 7.1.4a.
into maintenance mode at startup where it helpfully informs me that there
is a :
Version mismatch: Configuration version is 544 but
Database version is 454.
|How does one get all the artifacts as a zip using TeamCity Rest API?|
| by erlang in Development Tools & Services|
The Docs show this
for getting all of your artifacts as a zip file, but that
isn't using the REST API. Is there a way in the REST API do do the same
thing? The Docs seem to indicate that the repository links are only there
for backwards compatibility.
|How to recombine builds in TeamCity?|
| by Harry Truman in Web Design|
We have a lot of tests. I can break these up so that they run on
seperate agents after an initial compile build happens, but is there a way
I can recombine these results? Having 8 build configurations that all need
to be green makes it hard to see if you've got one ubergreen build.
Is there a way in TeamCity to recombine / join builds once we've split
them out? TW-9990 might help -