I am really a beginner with this king of solution... it is my first experience with the continuous integration.
I develop with cpp since four years, but always with more or less little projects.
So the first step was to install : visualSVN, tortoiseSVN and finally TeamCity.
And the second one was to realize my first build task, and then it was again and again a failure... since two entire days...
Obviously, I got and read a tutorial, and I read the internet documentation pages....
If someone could help me, because I am completely lost, it will be very cool....
So I began with the installation of : 1. visualSVN, 2. tortoiseSVN
I have a Repositorie : /TestTeamCity
with under folders : trunk, tags and branches
I did a checkout on the folder : c:/.../TestTeamCity/
And I put a simple cpp project in the trunk folder, and after that I did a commit...
Without problems for the moment.
After that, I installed teamCity without problem...
The localWebSite was launched : http://localhost
I registred my admin account without problem, and I created my first project like the following :
1. Getting Settings : Nothing to say
2. Version Control Settings
I created a new VCS root : Subversion, ... the Test Connection was OK.
3. Build Runner
a. Build runner : Visual studio
b. Solution file path : \trunk\teamCityCPP\teamCityCPP.sln
c. Working directory : blank
d. Visual Studio : Microsoft Visual Studio 2005
e. Targets : Rebuild
f. Configuration : Release
g. Platform : blank
h. Command line parameters : blank
.... and the default parameters for the others....
4. Build trigger : if a modification on the svn server...
This task is really simple, I suppose, but it is really for begin... I am not really an extrem developer...
So I started the build like that and there is always this error message when I run the build :
C:\TeamCity\buildAgent\work\30f0fa45b67da4d3\trunk\teamCityCPP\teamCityCPP.sln error MSB4126:
The specified solution configuration "Release|MCD" is invalid. Please specify a valid solution configuration using the Configuration and Platform properties (e.g. MSBuild.exe Solution.sln /p:Configuration=Debug /p:Platform="Any CPU") or leave those properties blank to use the default solution configuration.
I begin to become crazy, so I will be very happy if someone could help me...
If it's only a simple error of configuration, or if I am completely out of bounds....
Then, many thanks....