A quick test has shown that in 2.1.3 you just have to declare mutiple
<project .... > ... </project> segments in your config.xml file, and
when you run cruisecontrol.sh it just manages them by itself.
There's nothing special you have to do.
From memory of past discussions, it does them synchronously, so the
second project won't run until the first project has finished running.
Hope it helps.
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Sent: Tuesday, 28 October 2003 3:21 PM
To: Aaron Kelley
Subject: Re: [Cruisecontrol-user] Multi-Project Support
I echo Aaron. I'm working on the new version and config for exactly that
The latest install & setup guide (2.1+) on the wiki teases me.
Is it as simple as adding an additional <project/> to the cfg?
Aaron Kelley wrote:
Is there a good example of multiple project support with the new CC
somewhere? I cannot seem to find anything in the archives or docs.
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