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From Stefan Bodewig <bode...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Is NAnt Available on the Windows Slaves?
Date Thu, 01 Aug 2013 14:00:24 GMT
Hi Gav,

[sorry for the delay, I'm on vacation and granted myself a few days
without net access.]

On 2013-07-27, Gavin McDonald wrote:

> Ok, Nant 0.9.2 installed into F:\hudson\tools\Nant-0.9.2

> Jenkins Nant Plugin Installed

> Default Nant 0.9.2 configured and points to insall location.

> Build enabled and configured to use log4net.build with Nant

> Build failed with:

> Executing command: cmd.exe /C ""F:\hudson\tools\nant-0.92\bin\NAnt.exe
> -buildfile:log4net.build && exit %%ERRORLEVEL%%""
> [log4net-trunk-build] $ cmd.exe /C '"F:\hudson\tools\nant-0.92\bin\NAnt.exe
> -buildfile:log4net.build && exit %%ERRORLEVEL%%"'
> log4net:ERROR XmlConfiguratorAttribute: Exception getting
> ConfigurationFileLocation. Must be able to resolve ConfigurationFileLocation
> when ConfigFile and ConfigFileExtension properties are not set.

> See : https://builds.apache.org/job/log4net-trunk-build/1/console

> Unsure if the next step is yours or mine :)

Yours. :-)

You'd think you could download a ZIP on Windows, extract it and think
things are fine, but in fact the extracted files still know their origin
from the untrusted net and what they can do (at least under .NET is
restricted).

When I first tried to run a newer NAnt version on Windows7 I ran into
the same problem, you have to unblock the ZIP before extracting it.  See
the first section in
<http://stefan.samaflost.de/blog/en/Apache/Log4Net/working_on_the_1.2.11_release.html>.
The alternative to reinstalling the ZIP (after unblocking) is to unblock
each and every DLL or EXE under F:\hudson\tools\nant-0.92.

Cheers

        Stefan

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