We are using TeamCity 3.1.2 very happily for some Java projects and are now trying to use it for C/C++ projects.
In our project, we have a 'template' makefile, from which developers make a copy, and add in their machine-specific paths to required libraries. This copy is added to .cvs ignore, and referenced in the main Makefile.
In TeamCity, because the checkout folder is 'cleaned', it means that this file is lost on each checkout. One solution is to have this file in a different directory, but the developers are not happy about this, as they want all project resources to be in the project itself.
Is there a way round this?
Is it possible to configure the checkout so that it does not overrwrite certain files? Or to do an update rather than a checkout?
Thanks very much
University of Edinburgh, UK