|How to make build definition in TFS Build 2010 configurable w.r.t input variable values and “items to build”|
| by SperglordActual in Programming Languages|
We are using TFS Build 2010 for Builds. We have two branches of source
code (Lets say branchA and branchB).
Now as a part of the build
definition we set the projects to build:
Now to employ
the same build definition from branchB will mean that I create another
build definition file with same content, with only the items to build set
|Enums for Build Flavor and Build Platform in Custom TFS 2010 Build Activities|
| by Davidpaul007 in Programming Languages|
Are there enums available in the .NET framework that have values for
build flavor (Debug, Release) and build platform (Any CPU, x86, x64 etc)? I
haven't been able to find anything on MSDN or Google.
unnecessarily cumbersome to create my own.
For context: I'm
creating a custom TFS2010 workflow activity that requires flavor and
platform info. Currently these are e
|Localized images work only when build in Debug Mode from XCode, not when build on a remote build server in Enterprise mode|
| by Netopia in Mobile Programming|
I am working on a project where I am supposed to show localized images,
based on the language the device is set to. I have localized version of
images with same name in lang.lproj respectively and have been checke into
the repo and alos added to the XCode project.
When I connect a provisioned device to the Xcode and run the APp in Debug
Mode, I do see localized imag
|For SBT (Simple Build Tool), how to do the same in Build.scala as in build.sbt|
| by nipplefish in Programming Languages|
I am referring to the SBT (Simple Build Tool) for Scala.
Often I come across some instructions which tell me how to add a SBT
tool to my build.sbt, but actually I have a Build.scala, not a build.sbt.
So I want to know how to do the same in my Build.scala?
particular case that is causing me trouble is Coffeescript SBT which has
instructions for how to add it to a buil
|Jenkins build promotion: How do I get the build id of the build I want to promote?|
| by Mossy B in Web Design|
It seems that, when doing a build promotion in Jenkins using the
Promoted Builds Plugin, it generates a new BUILD_ID environment variable.
Is there a way, or a plugin that lets you access the current BUILD_ID of
the build you are trying to promote?
functionality I need is to: Navigate to a build in Jenkins, be able to
launch an ant or gradle script to promote an alrea
|Phonegap build - development environment - Using the WinPhone environment to build android apps with build service|
| by Martin Koch in Android|
Say I'm a windows dev, familiar with Visual Studio and with a need of
developing an Andriod app. I looked at both the andriod and wp7 getting
started guides, but found the windows phone version
http://phonegap.com/start/#wp guide much simpler than the Android version
(of course, as a windows dev I have already everything installed).
Then comes my question:
Could I develo
|Getting Build URi or Build number of the last build from MSBuild|
| by OutOfBrain in Programming Languages|
I am trying to create a custom task for MSBuild so that it will send an
email to the users that sais that a new version is up on the test
I go the email part done, what i would like to do is
add the work items that are included in this build.
I tried the
MSBuild extention (used to send the email) but the feature to get that info
is not supporte don TFS 2005 wich is wha
|Build other projects post-build action missing Trigger radio buttons|
| by Matthieu Bozec in Web Design|
I'm running Jenkins version 1.466.12.1 (Jenkins Enterprise 12.11). With
a new job I'm trying to add a post-build action to build other projects,
but the expect radio buttons for trigger options isn't there.
have jobs that were already created that have the following options:
Trigger only if build succeeds
Trigger even if the build is
Trigger even if th
|Is it possible to have PackageMaker build an installer without “packaging” the content at build time?|
| by flakekun in Development Tools & Services|
I have content to be installed, but it's file and folder layout is
determined by the brittle, old, Windows installer. I can't fundamentally
alter the structure, and I'd prefer not to alter it at all. I can't put it
in a PackageMaker package and somehow get the Windows installer to figure
out how to read it, for example.
Is there a way to use
PackageMaker without having to bundle up
|NetBeans 6.9.1 build and ant targets give erronuous error messages even though build succeeds|
| by fayoh in Programming Languages|
I have a NetBeans 6.9.1 project with libraries stored in the netbeans
project directory option checked. I also have some ant build scripts
mounted in my project.
Now when i run any ant target (including
the simplest possible ones like clean), or when i build the project from
the IDE, i get the following output at the end of the build process in the