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From "Jeremy Thomerson" <jer...@wickettraining.com>
Subject Re: TeamCity on wicketstuff.org
Date Sat, 29 Nov 2008 20:27:11 GMT
If you just want to double-check, Continuum setup would take less than ten
minutes.  I'll be available for any assistance you need.  If you installed
it and added one POM [1] it would automagically get all THIRTY TWO Wicket
Stuff projects that I have moved over to wicketstuff-core building for you.

I had never used Continuum before, and am not typically impressed easily,
but I have been VERY impressed with it.  Regardless of what the issue is (TC
/ SF connection), I think it's worth looking into using it rather than TC
since all of our projects (core and WS) are based on Maven - and Continuum
is set up to build maven projects super easily.

[1] -
Just my $0.02...  but I definitely think it's worth the time - and I don't
mind doing it if you need the help, or if you install it I can set it up -
whichever works best for you.

Jeremy Thomerson

On Sat, Nov 29, 2008 at 2:06 PM, Johan Compagner <jcompagner@gmail.com>wrote:

> I dont think installing continuum wil help at all it is just that
> sourceforge is some how blocked. I will try to investigat that a bit
> more, but it is not that teamcity is a problem the apache projects are
> building just fine
> On 29/11/2008, Jeremy Thomerson <jeremy@wickettraining.com> wrote:
> > Who owns the wicketstuff.org server?  Since TeamCity has been
> continually
> > having problems building against SF repo, I set up Continuum on my
> server.
> > It has been working fine.  I'd like to see us get some permanent setup
> that
> > allows built artifacts to be deployed to the wicketstuff.org maven repo
> > since that's the repo everyone has in their POM for wicketstuff projects.
> > This will be especially important now that so many wicketstuff projects
> will
> > be able to be built together and released together.
> >
> > I see two options:
> > 1 - We switch from TeamCity to Continuum on the wicketstuff.org site.
>  This
> > would require someone with shell access installing Continuum or giving me
> > access to do so.  It's a VERY simple setup.  Also, if we switch to
> Continuum
> > and then have problems we'll know instantly that there is a network issue
> > between the wicketstuff.org server and SF (since my server has not had
> the
> > problem and been running Continuum against SF for weeks).
> >
> > 2 - Someone gives me information so that my server can SCP to the repo on
> > wicketstuff.org.  My server could continue to run the builds and then
> > the artifacts to wicketstuff.org's repo.  This would be fine with me as
> > well.
> >
> > Whatever works best - I'd just like us to have some Continuous
> Integration
> > actually running and deploying snapshots and release artifacts.  The next
> > step will be to get the central maven repo to mirror the
> > wicketstuff.orgreleased artifacts to central.  I don't mind working
>  > through this at some
> > point.
> >
> > --
> > Jeremy Thomerson
> > http://www.wickettraining.com
> >

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