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In risposta a Simone e Phil...

Ci pensa direttamente il team di CodePlex... Lascio solo alcune risposte d aggiungo un paio di considerazioni...

Phil Haack has some questions about CodePlex and our use of Team Foundation Server that I'd like to answer.

Does it work over HTTPS?

Yes. TFS's interface to the outside world is via web services which can be deployed via HTTP and/or HTTPS. In the specific case of CodePlex, we deploy TFS using HTTPS on standard port 443.

Can we import our history into Team System?

There may be tools available on the web for this, but I have no experience with them.

Il link lo aggiungo io...

Comunque scriverne uno simile è molto semplice, praticamente una cosa ricorsiva che tira giù i file da una parte e usando tf.exe li butta su dall'altra... ma si può fare anche qualcosa di più... se interessa ne riparliamo...

Can I use CCnet? Can I use MbUnit?

Yes. There is a TFS source control plugin for CCnet. Martin Woodward has documented the steps to get everything running, and it's nothing out of the ordinary. Since you can continue to use CCnet, you can of course continue to use your existing CCnet build files and merge system to support reporting of MbUnit test runs.

I've heard that there's something similar to CCnet in Team System.

That's probably Team Build you're hearing about. Unfortunately, Team Build is not supported on CodePlex.

Nessuno però vieta di installarsi il servizio di Team Build e verificare se riesce ad accedere a CodePlex, anche se, se avete già implementato CCnet, tanto vale usare quello con gli script modificati...

Leggete tutto alla fonte: Answering Questions About CodePlex and TFS, io ora me ne vado al lago...

Print | posted on sabato 1 luglio 2006 13:08 |

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