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From "Xavier Hanin" <xavier.ha...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: TeamCity to integrate with Ivy
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2007 18:02:25 GMT
On 2/15/07, Keith Collison <kcollison@keithcollison.com> wrote:
>
> I thought this might be of interest to Ivy users.
>
> I've been keeping an eye on TeamCity's evolution, a continuous
> integration server from the folks at JetBrains (the people who make the
> IDEA ide).  Specifically I was interested in its ability to trigger
> dependent builds, akin to the old Cruisecontrol plugin that Jayasoft had
> once offered.  TeamCity's first release had no such feature, but a Jira
> issue was created for it (see http://www.jetbrains.net/jira/browse/TW-669).
>
> Well, it looks as if said feature will be implemented in the next EAP.
> What's more, have a look at the comment submitted by Pavel Sher, the
> developer who was responsible for this feature's implementation:
>
> "TeamCity now is compatible with Ivy and it uses Ivy to resolve and
> retrieve artifacts. TeamCity acts as Ivy repository (with some specific
> though) that allows to download artifacts from usual Ant scripts using
> usual Ivy tasks. Also we provide UI for configuring dependencies on
> artifacts of another build configuration. There you can use various
> rules describing from what build to take artifacts (last finished, last
> successful, build number ranges in Ivy syntax and so on)."
>
> Very interesting!  Xavier, were you aware of this?


No, I wasn't aware of this recent update on TeamCity. This is very
interesting, I think we should put a news on Ivy site when the next version
of TeamCity will be out. Thanks for sharing that with us, Keith.

Xavier

~ Keith
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