[nant-dev] Re: SolutionPatchesBranch - For *nix Work

2005-06-18 Thread Clayton Harbour
it looks like only c# projects are supported on mono. I have changes in that I think should work for vb and vj# but since these are supported I could only really confirm that they still worked on Windows. Cheers, Clayton Clayton Harbour wrote: Hi, I have created a branch for work

[nant-dev] SolutionPatchesBranch - For *nix Work

2005-06-14 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I have created a branch for work on the SolutionTask port to *nix on mono. I have made a first hack at it and have it compiling and running on my Linux box (Fedora Core, mono svn). It builds, runs and resolves the project files from the NAnt solution on my Linux box which is a pretty

RE: What version of SharpCvsLib does Nant use. RE: [nant-dev] cvs-pass exception when user name contains full stop

2005-02-06 Thread Clayton Harbour
Title: Message Hi Chris, sorry it took a couple of days to get back, thanks for your patience on this. To answer your version question, NAnt is using the cvs version of sharpcvslib. When we go to release I will tag the repository and branch if need be to make patches. I think you test

RE: [nant-dev] Re: Contents of nant-developers digest...

2005-01-11 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, the validation has been removed in NAnt cvs, please check the next nightly. Thanks! Clayton -Original Message- From: Narayana Swamy Yelchuri [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: January 11, 2005 8:33 PM To: nant-developers@lists.sourceforge.net Subject: [nant-dev] Re: Contents of

RE: [nant-dev] ArgumentException while using cvs-checkout

2004-12-02 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Swati, The sharpcvslib does not support ntserver protocol. You will want to add the attribute usesharpcvslib=false to use your default cvs binary. cvs-checkout destination=${CVSCheckout} cvsroot=:ntserver:nilgiri:g:\cvs module=project/studios/integratorStudio

RE: [nant-dev] Issue with CVS-Update task

2004-10-29 Thread Clayton Harbour
Title: Message Hi Steven, What version of NAnt are you using? Also does the folder c:\data\CJTrack_Complete\CJA.CJTrack.CJAClient\bin\CVS\Repository exist? -Original Message-From: Steven Kukulka [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: October 28, 2004 4:10 PMTo: [EMAIL

[nant-dev] RE: [Sharpcvslib-developers] VS.NET compile problems

2004-10-17 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hey Nicklas, Thanks for forwarding that link, I have known about the issue for awhile but had not read on possible work arounds. Based on this information and your suggestion I have updated the vs.net solution and projects. I used the console project to copy all dlls' to the output directory

RE: [nant-dev] Output target framework at startup ?

2004-09-16 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, +1 for outputting the target framework Gary, would the quiet (-q) switch solve the verbosity issue? If you are looking for even less output there are other commandline tools that also add another quiet switch (really quiet) or a silent switch to cut down on messages logged. Also for the

cvs task exception: was RE: [nant-dev] Bug report as requested.

2004-09-09 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Ian, Sorry this one slipped by me. It looks like you are using an older version of NAnt, there have been a number of improvements made since 0.84 and you can download a nightly build to take advantage of them. That being said it looks like the issue below is caused by a Repository file not

RE: [nant-dev] NAnt and Gump -- getting closer...

2004-09-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
Clayton was wondering if we could use References inside NAnt, and Gump write a pre-defined include file [it does something similar when it run Maven]. Does this idea have legs? Will it work for compiles and tests? I don't think it would work for tests. Can you specify the path

RE: [nant-dev] Re: NAnt

2004-09-06 Thread Clayton Harbour
wrote: In Gump's case we probably can live with making sure that our version is used instead of the one in the GAC and DEVPATH seems to be a way to achieve that (I've only read the first paragraph of that article, though 8-). Clayton Harbour and I chatted on irc.freenode.net:#asfgump this weekend

RE: [nant-dev] Gump using NAnt

2004-09-01 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Adam, That definitely sounds like fun. I haven't worked with Gump before so if you don't mind a few questions then I would like to help out. Cheers, Clayton -Original Message- From: Gert Driesen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: September 1, 2004 12:39 PM To: Adam R. B. Jack;

RE: [nant-dev] Re: install targets

2004-08-23 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I took a stab at creating an RPM for the NAnt install. This is my first attempt and I am hoping to get some feedback from those that know. Just a couple of notes: 1) there are some hard code paths in the NAnt.spec file 2) $RPM_TEST and $RPM_BASE are set in the build.sh file; these

RE: [nant-dev] problem with cvs-update

2004-08-11 Thread Clayton Harbour
Aram, I would recommend upgrading to the nightly builds (link on website), there have been a number of improvements to this task since 0.84. A couple of things to note, your module is not correct; module information cannot contain path characters, there is a validation for this in 0.85. This is

[nant-dev] new cvs task: cvschangelog/

2004-07-25 Thread Clayton Harbour
Title: Message Hi, I have added a new cvs task, cvschangelog/ that produces an xml report of the changes to your cvs repository between a given start date and end date. The code makes use of an extension to the sharpcvslib binary (a most excellent contribution provided by Gerald Evans) so

Cvs how-to; was: RE: [Nant-users] Re: [nant-dev] Typed properties

2004-07-21 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Malcolm, You can try downloading TortoiseCVS (http://www.tortoisecvs.org/download.shtml) which should make basic cvs work painless. It provides shell integration and an intuitive gui for checkouts and updates. If you look at the user's guide (http://www.tortoisecvs.org/UserGuide_en.chm)

RE: [nant-dev] NAnt CVS task problem/bug

2004-07-13 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Todd, You are right this should execute correctly and you have found a bug. I ran out of time trying to fix it this morning but I will try to get it in tonight. Cheers, Clayton -Original Message- From: Todd Palmer [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: July 12, 2004 12:44 PM To:

RE: [nant-dev] trycatch task ?

2004-07-09 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, In previous posts on this I was against a trycatch/ (or try-catch/ :-)) task. I have had time to rethink this position though, and although I think it will make build scripts a little more complex (or a lot depending how fancy you get) it would definitely be useful. In my opinion I would

RE: solution task test projects (was Re: [nant-dev] CscTask and VbcTask working??)

2004-06-07 Thread Clayton Harbour
To: Clayton Harbour Cc: Nant-Developers (E-Mail) Subject: solution task test projects (was Re: [nant-dev] CscTask and VbcTask working??) I'm uploading my set of test projects for the solution task right now to : http://nant.sourceforge.net/downloads/solution.zip The InfragisticsTest

RE: [nant-dev] Mono package references

2004-05-28 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, Okay I think I have a better idea now. So the difference seems to be that on windows (win32) the AssemblyFolders is used to resolve a folder, while the .pc file while list all of the dependent files in the installed package (rpm). I think the two are fundamentally similar, and (again from

Output path; was: RE: [nant-dev] Mono package references

2004-05-28 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, One more thing: Most applications are built to a single directory. How about an output-path/ task that would set the default place where task output files are placed? When not specified this would default to the project directory (as it is today). The value of the output path would

RE: [nant-dev] FW: cvs-checkout bug

2004-05-26 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Nat, Thanks for the report, the first issue has been fixed in cvs now. I am not sure what you mean about AbstractSourceControl.cs depending on UpdateTask.cs, can you please explain further? Cheers, Clayton -Original Message- From: Nat Luengnaruemitchai [mailto:[EMAIL

RE: [nant-dev] FW: cvs-checkout bug

2004-05-26 Thread Clayton Harbour
: Nat Luengnaruemitchai [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wed 5/26/2004 7:19 AM To: Clayton Harbour Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:RE: [nant-dev] FW: cvs-checkout bug AbstrackSourceControl refers to UpdateTask.CommandName. I'm not sure whether it should be that way. I guess it can

RE: [nant-dev] CscTask and VbcTask working??

2004-05-26 Thread Clayton Harbour
Sure Gert, I will wait for the thumbs up :-). Cheers, Clayton -Original Message- From: Gert Driesen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wed 5/26/2004 12:12 AM To: Clayton Harbour; NAnt Developers Cc: Subject:Re: [nant-dev] CscTask and VbcTask working?? Clayton, Give

[nant-dev] RE: Solution task on Linux?

2004-05-24 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Gert, It would be a large task, but definitely a very interesting one ... Glad you like it Gert, as you know the code better than I do I am even happier that you said large instead of impossible :-). I remember awhile back that you had talked about a team of developers on the solution

RE: [nant-dev] get-assembly-direcotry() function

2004-05-21 Thread Clayton Harbour
MacLean [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: May 21, 2004 5:32 AM To: Clayton Harbour Cc: Gert Driesen; Giuseppe Greco; Jaroslaw Kowalski; NAnt Developers Subject: Re: [nant-dev] get-assembly-direcotry() function Hi Clayton, Do you have the lastest mono built from cvs ? I'm getting the same

[nant-dev] Solution task on Linux?

2004-05-21 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I was just curious if anyone has looked closely at what it would take to get the solution task running on Linux/ mono? I would like to help out with that but am not sure where to start and what is being done. Cheers, Clayton ---

RE: [nant-dev] fileset deprecations

2004-05-16 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, the naming is clearer I suppose but there is a certain amount of inertia - there are a lot of build files out there wil the current naming. I know, that why I'm asking ... we'll see how others respond ... we could ofcourse have both of them coexist, and then deprecate

RE: [nant-dev] Help setting up multiple projects and CCService.exe

2004-05-11 Thread Clayton Harbour
Title: Message Hi Enoch, I have sent this to the ccnet users group, as it seems more of a ccnet question. I have kept the nant developers list in the email message as well, just so the thread can be followed. It can probably be dropped if you have more questions though. I will give a

[nant-dev] StringValidatorAttribute - regex addition?

2004-05-06 Thread Clayton Harbour
with this program; if not, write to the Free Software // Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA // // Clayton Harbour ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) using System; using System.IO; using System.Text; using System.Xml; using System.Globalization; using NUnit.Framework

RE: [nant-dev] Suggestion for an enhancement

2004-05-06 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Bruce, Is this an enhancement directed at the cvs tasks? Adding comments that require user intervention at build time is probably not a good idea, simply because it would reduce the effectiveness of an automated build process. Having said that I believe with the changes to the cvs task

RE: [nant-dev] Mono 1.0 / Using NAnt project for framework discovery

2004-05-05 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Ian, I grabbed the rpms off of Red Carpet which give me version 0.91. For this version I had to move the dlls in the lib/mono/1.0 directory up to the task directory. Are we using different versions? Also changing the encoding of the configuration file to UTF-8 gets around the xml

RE: [nant-dev] Mono 1.0 / Using NAnt project for framework discovery

2004-05-05 Thread Clayton Harbour
/NAnt.DotNet.build(11,9): External Program Failed: /usr/bin/mcs.exe (return code was 1) Do you have the dlls somewhere in your path? -Original Message- From: Ian MacLean [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wed 5/5/2004 8:01 AM To: Clayton Harbour Cc: Gert Driesen

FW: [NAntC-Dev] RE: [nant-dev] Linux story

2004-05-03 Thread Clayton Harbour
Sorry for the cross-post, sent this to the wrong list :-). -Original Message- From: Clayton Harbour Sent: May 3, 2004 7:41 AM To: Philip Nelson Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [NAntC-Dev] RE: [nant-dev] Linux story Hi Philip, That IS a good story! I am using a DAL called Gentle .Net

[nant-dev] astyle task in NAntContrib

2004-04-16 Thread Clayton Harbour
Title: Message Hi, I have checked a task into NAntContrib that wraps the astyle (artistic style: http://astyle.sourceforge.net) code formatter. It also has a custom style target that styles code according to the NAnt codingconventions

RE: [nant-dev] cvs.exe - bad naming

2004-03-22 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Gert and Simon, I would prefer to just change the name of the sharpcvslib binary and leave it in the NAnt repository as it means the basic cvs commands work out of the box in a situation where there isn't a cvs binary installed (i.e. on a build server). It also makes it easier for me to keep

RE: [nant-dev] cvs.exe - bad naming

2004-03-22 Thread Clayton Harbour
the managed executable (?) and the managed dll? If this is a win32 only binary, I would rather not see it in our dist. - Original Message - From: Clayton Harbour [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Gert Driesen [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Simon Steele [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Nantdev [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: [nant-dev] cvs.exe - bad naming

2004-03-22 Thread Clayton Harbour
for displaying branch information). These are a little ways down the road, after I get the command line changes stabilized. Clayton -Original Message- From: Gert Driesen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: March 22, 2004 10:00 PM To: Clayton Harbour; Simon Steele; Nantdev Subject: Re: [nant-dev

[nant-dev] NAnt contrib build file

2004-03-16 Thread Clayton Harbour
Title: Message Hi, I have put together a little build script to make it easier to build/ rebuild NAnt and NAntContrib. Itispretty basic so far but if it is useful to others I can check it in. It is attached (build-contrib.xml)for review along with a modified NAnt.build file (target

RE: [nant-dev] 2 small changes to consider

2004-02-27 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I think reporting on which targets/projects passed and failed would be a great idea, maybe with an indication of whether this failure is alright as defined by the build script. I am not so keen on adding try/catch blocks to build files though. In my mind attempting to catch and recover

RE: [nant-dev] About cvs-update task

2004-01-26 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Dmitry, Try setting the workingdir of the exec / command to your project base directory and see if this helps. I am working on a new cvs / task that will accept a command line string and pipe it to a cvs binary (among other things). I have some of the changes finished and checked in and I

[nant-dev] NAnt cvs task changes

2004-01-21 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I am planning on making some changes to the cvs task. We have been working on a command line client for #cvslib that behaves the same as the cvs and cvsnt command line clients. What I am going to do is use this client to interface with the #cvslib component by executing the cvs.exe

[nant-dev] RE: #cvslib, snipped /

2003-12-16 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Pierre, Thanks for the error report! I have been playing around with the library however I was unable to replicate the crash. I have been testing using sharpcvslib and nant (aprox. 400-600 files). I did find some logging statements that were set too high which might have made it look like

[nant-dev] new #cvslib binary - fixes CVS\Entries problem; RE: [Nant-users] problem with the cvs-update task :: System.IO.FileNotFoundException: path=[c:\main\night\HelloWorld]fileType=[Repository]Filenotfound.

2003-12-11 Thread Clayton Harbour
] Sent: December 11, 2003 7:39 AM To: Clayton Harbour Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [Nant-users] problem with the cvs-update task :: System.IO.FileNotFoundException: path=[c:\main\night\HelloWorld]fileType=[Repository]Filenotfound. Hi Clayton, I'm using nant 0.84 (build 0.84.1435.0

[nant-dev] new #cvslib binary

2003-12-10 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I have committed a new version of #cvslib. The new version fixes a known issue with dates not being populated on a checkout/ update. In addition the new binary adds the rtag (remote tag) which applies a cvs tag to the sources on the remote repository and has the following format:

[nant-dev] bug in #cvslib

2003-12-10 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, Just a heads up for anyone testing, I found a bug in #cvslib tonight that corrupts the CVS\Entries file while adding nested directories. I will be adding a new copy tonight to deal with the issue. Clayton --- This SF.net email is

RE: [nant-dev] new #cvslib binary

2003-12-10 Thread Clayton Harbour
I have committed a new version of #cvslib. The new version fixes a known issue with dates not being populated on a checkout/ update. Should we also use this new version of #cvslib in NAnt 0.84 rc 2 ? It might be a good idea to put it through the paces first before we do this Gert. I

[nant-dev] cvs binary update question/thoughts/concerns

2003-12-05 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I would like to add a new #cvslib binary to the cvs repository and just wanted to have a feel for how close we are to the release. The new binary fixes the date problem that Nicklas flagged the other day, and has the functionality to add rtag to the cvs tasks. I would also like to add a

RE: [nant-dev] CVS tasks buggy

2003-11-28 Thread Clayton Harbour
Thanks for the feedback Nickle, I have forwarded this on to the sharpcvslib-developers mailing list as well. I will look into exposing the compression option to the nant task. The functionality is in the library, but I will have to check and see how much testing we have done with this. I am not

RE: [nant-dev] 0.8.4 Beta

2003-11-27 Thread Clayton Harbour
Cvs-update and cvs-checkout changes added. -Original Message- From: Gert Driesen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: November 26, 2003 11:22 AM To: Nant-Developers (E-Mail); [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [nant-dev] 0.8.4 Beta Hi, I'd like to ensure that the release notes for both NAnt

RE: [nant-dev] nant 0.8.3 release - bug.

2003-11-23 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Dmitry, Thanks for the error report. The problem is occuring because the cvs root parser is looking for a [EMAIL PROTECTED] expression and is not finding it. In addition to this the local protocol is not supported. Please note I have forwarded this on to the sharpcvslib developers list and

[nant-dev] FW: nunit2 uses obsolete version of NUnit 2.1

2003-11-14 Thread Clayton Harbour
email account as well. Clayton -Original Message- From: Wojciech Ziembla [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: November 14, 2003 6:11 AM To: Clayton Harbour Subject: nunit2 uses obsolete version of NUnit 2.1 Hi Sorry for disturbing you in such a small issue, but I've tried posting

RE: [nant-dev] NAnt Tag and Branch policies

2003-11-12 Thread Clayton Harbour
Scott, The reason to keep branches to a min is that changes from one branch to not affect another. So if we fix something in 0.8.3 branch, we also need to fix all subsequent branches. Branches also require special changes to the way we as developers work. Sorry Scott, I am a little

FW: [nant-dev] NAnt Tag and Branch policies

2003-11-12 Thread Clayton Harbour
-Original Message- From: John Barstow [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: November 12, 2003 7:40 PM To: Clayton Harbour Subject: RE: [nant-dev] NAnt Tag and Branch policies I can't post to the list from this account; please forward. As the one who started dabbling with branches, my

RE: [nant-dev] userdoc changes

2003-10-26 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Scott, First, I think you are doing an awesome job on the docs! I really like the hyperlinks to types, very good idea. Can I get a show of hands from people who like the inlining of docs for nested elements in the Task/DataType docs? forInlining++; :-) I've changed the

RE: [nant-dev] Draco.NET invocation and locating assemblyreferen ces

2003-10-15 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, You might find problems with security even though the drive/share is mapped. For instance at home I have a home drive mapped to my local hard drive. I am unable to execute programs due to security settings if I access programs using the mapped drive letter. I can however access the

RE: [nant-dev] Bug Report

2003-10-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: October 7, 2003 11:36 PM To: Lalit Parashar; [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Clayton Harbour Subject: Re: [nant-dev] Bug Report Lalit, Can you submit this bug report as a formal bug using the bug tracker (at http://sourceforge.net/projects/nant/) ? Clayton, can you have a look

RE: [nant-dev] NAnt and Ant (was: Ready to tackle next release)

2003-10-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
In my opinion, the .NET community really lacks coordination right now .. Which is something Apache does a terrific job at for the Java open-source community . Gert I agree with you Gert, there is a lot going on at Apache but you can tell that there is one entity behind it all. I think the .NET

RE: [nant-dev] Bug Report

2003-10-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
Message - From: Clayton Harbour [EMAIL PROTECTED] [snip] Also I was wondering what the consensus out there was about changing the error message from: Please send bug report to [EMAIL PROTECTED] To something like: Please submit a bug report to http://sourceforge.net/projects/nant

RE: [nant-dev] NAnt and Ant (was: Ready to tackle next release)

2003-10-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
NAnt may be bound to the gpl because of things like the sharpcvslib. Sharpcvslib actually in effect has a license similar to lgpl. The actual license agreement states that it is gpl however the exclusions applied seem to indicate external applications can link to the library without requiring

[nant-dev] style task

2003-09-26 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I wrote a style task that basically wraps a style program called astyle (Artystic style http://astyle.sf.net http://astyle.sf.net/ ). The astyle program is a code formatting tools that cleans/ standardizes your source code. The task is not really ground breaking but I have not been able

[nant-dev] cvs revision checkout/ override directory

2003-09-23 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I have a first cut of the cvs revision (sticky-tag) checkout in the nant cvs repository. Unfortunately I introduced an issue with file times being set to the current date and time which I will try to resolve this week. There may be other issues as this is under heavy development but it

RE: [nant-dev] Nightly builds

2003-09-21 Thread Clayton Harbour
Gert, I just wanted to say that you have done an awesome job getting all of this going again. Thanks, Clayton -Original Message- From: Gert Driesen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: September 18, 2003 11:47 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Nant-Developers (E-Mail); NAnt Mailing List (E-Mail)

FW: [nant-dev] Nant 0.8.3 final: cvs-checkout task produces internal error

2003-09-16 Thread Clayton Harbour
-Original Message- From: Clayton Harbour Sent: September 16, 2003 7:51 AM To: 'Scott Ford'; '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: RE: [nant-dev] Nant 0.8.3 final: cvs-checkout task produces internal error Hi, Could you also send your build file? It might not be necessary though, looking

RE: [nant-dev] Nant 0.8.3 final: cvs-checkout task produces internal error

2003-09-16 Thread Clayton Harbour
are sent as plain text). I will just have to call the cvs executable directly using the exec task. Perhaps if I have time I will try to submit a patch to #cvslib with sspi support. Thanks for your help. -Scott -Original Message- From: Clayton Harbour [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday

RE: [nant-dev] 0.8.3 final

2003-09-09 Thread Clayton Harbour
First, I think an ftp task would be great! At the moment, I'm looking for a open source C# FTP client I can liberally copy and paste from. I did a quick Google and came up with the following: http://www.enterprisedt.com/downloads/csftp/csftp.html I haven't had time to look at it but I

RE: [nant-dev] NAnt version 0.8.3 : cvs-update task fails

2003-08-14 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, The cvs-update and cvs-checkout tasks are implemented using sharpcvslib. That is probably why the behavior you are experiencing is not what you expected. The date format should be supported however and I have filed a bug http://sourceforge.net/tracker/index.php?func=detailaid=787598group_id

[nant-dev] Build server update

2003-07-19 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I have made some changes to the build server and build server. The new pages can be found at http://nant-build.sporadicism.com (and still at http://cc-net.sporadicism.com as in a previous post...but please update your links). I have included some static pages for modifications, timing and

[nant-dev] RE: CvsTask unit tests

2003-07-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
? Anything would help. Thanks, Clayton -Original Message- From: Gert Driesen Sent: Tue 7/8/2003 11:14 AM To: Clayton Harbour Cc: Nant-Developers (E-Mail) Subject:Re: CvsTask unit tests I'm talking about the fact that we haven't been able to generate a nightly build since

[nant-dev] Building Nant using mono 0.25

2003-07-06 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I am trying to build nant from cvs on mono 0.25 rpm using the bootstrap.sh and I am getting this exception: An exception was thrown by the type initializer NAnt.Core.TypeFactory It has been awhile since I have built nant on linux and I can't remember how I did it then, is the

RE: [nant-dev] Nightly builds

2003-07-04 Thread Clayton Harbour
that it looks like there is a problem with the self-test (Object reference not set to an instance of an object.). Clayton -Original Message- From: Bernard Vander Beken [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: July 4, 2003 4:12 AM To: Clayton Harbour Subject: RE: [nant-dev] Nightly builds I can access

RE: [nant-dev] Nightly builds

2003-07-03 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I have still been working towards setting up cruise control, although it sounds like this is a temporary solution until the build can be migrated to ThoughtWorks. In the end I think this migration will be a more stable solution. In any case, here is the **temporary** url:

RE: [nant-dev] Nightly builds

2003-07-01 Thread Clayton Harbour
Jim, I could take this over if you would like. I will try to get it set up for this week. Clayton -Original Message- From: Geurts, James [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: June 30, 2003 12:07 PM To: 'Nant-Developers (E-mail)' Subject: [nant-dev] Nightly builds Hey everyone. I'm

RE: [nant-dev] Error building latest NAnt

2003-06-18 Thread Clayton Harbour
anyone know if it is possible to specify a timeout with this class? Clayton -Original Message- From: Ian MacLean [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: June 17, 2003 7:24 PM To: Clayton Harbour Cc: Nant-Developers (E-mail) Subject: Re: [nant-dev] Error building latest NAnt Clayton Harbour wrote

RE: [nant-dev] Error Building Latest NAnt - SourceControl Test failed

2003-06-18 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi Scott, I did a fresh compile and came across a couple of problems, not sure if you have one or both. The first is the nant tasks are not recognized because the path variable is not set to the build directory of nant. Probably pretty basic but it threw me for a loop tonight so I thought I

RE: [nant-dev] Error building latest NAnt

2003-06-16 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I have attached a patch for the UpdateTaskTest. Thanks, Clayton -Original Message- From: Geurts, James [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: June 16, 2003 10:15 AM To: 'Nant-Developers (E-mail)' Subject: [nant-dev] Error building latest NAnt Hey all... I'm having some troubles

RE: [nant-dev] BUG?: includes ... frompath=true /

2003-06-13 Thread Clayton Harbour
Hi, I think it would be more intuitive to search in the following manner: - Current project framework path - Current nant framework path - Path system variable - blow up! Is this what you are suggesting Ian? Clayton -Original Message- From: Ian MacLean Sent:

RE: [nant-dev] Nant cvs task using sharpcvslib

2003-06-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: June 7, 2003 8:28 PM To: Gert Driesen Cc: Clayton Harbour; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [nant-dev] Nant cvs task using sharpcvslib Gert Driesen wrote: Great job, Clayton ... I only have two minor concerns : - should we have a more general name for the namespace

RE: [nant-dev] Nant cvs task using sharpcvslib

2003-06-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
/Installation/installation.html -Original Message- From: Ian MacLean [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: June 7, 2003 8:51 PM To: Clayton Harbour Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [nant-dev] Nant cvs task using sharpcvslib I forgot to say - good work Clayton. And the ankhsvn stuff is really

RE: [nant-dev] Nant cvs task using sharpcvslib

2003-06-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
down to a vote though, I would vote for adding it. Clayton -Original Message- From: Ian MacLean [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: June 8, 2003 6:27 AM To: Gert Driesen Cc: Clayton Harbour; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [nant-dev] Nant cvs task using sharpcvslib Yes Ant indeed does

RE: [nant-dev] Nant cvs task using sharpcvslib

2003-06-08 Thread Clayton Harbour
, 2003 11:14 AM To: Clayton Harbour; Ian MacLean Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: [nant-dev] Nant cvs task using sharpcvslib don't worry Clayton, it doesn't have to come down to voting. I don't have any problem with your tasks being added to the NAnt distribution, I just wanted to make sure we're

[nant-dev] Nant cvs task using sharpcvslib

2003-06-07 Thread Clayton Harbour
Ian, I have attached the files for the cvs checkout/ update task (and unit tests). I was unsure if zip files would be blocked or not so I just include the files. I just followed the directory structure for the other tasks (sorry, probably goes without saying but just in case...): In the src

RE: [nant-dev] bug in recursive source compile using '**/*.cs' ?

2003-03-17 Thread Clayton Harbour
Yup, works beautifully, thanks again! Clayton --__--__-- Message: 3 Subject: RE: [nant-dev] bug in recursive source compile using '**/*.cs' ? Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2003 10:26:07 +0100 From: Arjen Poutsma [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] -Original Message- From: Philip Nelson

[nant-dev] bug in recursive source compile using '**/*.cs' ?

2003-03-15 Thread Clayton Harbour
and keep up the great work! Clayton Harbour http://the.harbours.ca --- This SF.net email is sponsored by:Crypto Challenge is now open! Get cracking and register here for some mind boggling fun and the chance of winning an Apple iPod: http