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Depends on language and platform, I'd say...

2018年09月25日59分11秒

I would agree only to a point. As long as your builder can actually build the language. Deployment scripts don't matter with the language, but only with the location of where the code is going (linux, windows, etc)

2018年09月26日59分11秒

Whe are using hudson here too. It is so much good and has some plugins to analyze data that our build creates (like test reports, coverage tools and some other code analysis).

2018年09月25日59分11秒

I have been pretty excited about seeing Cruise!

2018年09月25日59分11秒

The new version looks even nicer, though a little more complicated on the interface side. You can check it out on the TeamCity site... the free version now allows 20 different build configs, a step up.

2018年09月25日59分11秒

... but we're programmers here.

2018年09月25日59分11秒

We're programmers, so we are lazy enough to use the most intuitive tools to get our job done. If that means no scripts no code, so be it.

2018年09月25日59分11秒

We're programmers so we're lazy enough to use the BEST tools to get the job done with the minimum possible effort. Intuitive isn't necessarily part of the picture - efficiency and cost/result tradeoffs are. VI is a lot better than notepad, ant better than make, java better than visual basic, even though the latter is more intuitive in all three cases. All depends on what job you need done.

2018年09月25日59分11秒

GNU autotools is insanely slow on Windows.

2018年09月25日59分11秒

Agreed. We use UppercuT (conventional builds using templated NAnt) against TeamCity.

2018年09月25日59分11秒