TeamCity - Subversion - Visual Studio solution

Hi,

I'm new in this continuous business and I don't completly understand the TeamCity Visual Studio combination. Here's the situation:

Im running TeamCity 3.0.1 on localhost. I added a project with an external subversion repository from Codespaces.com.

I've uploaded an existing VS 2005 project and solution to the SVN root with Tortoise. The solution runs successfully on TeamCity.

I don't seem to get the point how I can get the solution from Subversion / TeamCity into VS and I am able to use the installed VS plugin functionality with it.

Thanks for any help.

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Hello,

TeamCity plugin for VS supports only remote run and pre-tested commit commands.

To check out soultion from SVN please use other SVN tool like SVN command
line or Tourtoise SVN.

Please note TC VS plugin requires SVN command line utility to be installed
on the machine.

Thanks!
--
Eugene Petrenko
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hi,

I'm new in this continuous business and I don't completly understand
the TeamCity Visual Studio combination. Here's the situation:

Im running TeamCity 3.0.1 on localhost. I added a project with an
external subversion repository from Codespaces.com.

I've uploaded an existing VS 2005 project and solution to the SVN root
with Tortoise. The solution runs successfully on TeamCity.

I don't seem to get the point how I can get the solution from
Subversion / TeamCity into VS and I am able to use the installed VS
plugin functionality with it.

Thanks for any help.



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OK thanks.

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Hello,
Do you have some custom solution configuration with settings to not to
build that dll?

You started remote run with new unit tests, but nothing seems to be changed
on TeamCity project.
Committing changes from Tourtoise tends to adding new tests. You commit
only .cs files.
Is that true for your case?

What files are reported in changes of you personal build?

Thanks!
--
Eugene Petrenko
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

OK thanks. It not quite clear that you need to add the subversion
client in the personal build tab.

Anyway, next problem:

My solution has 3 projects. All 3 output assemblies. One off those
projects takes care off all the Unit tests. The problem is that
somehow the Unit test dll is not being compiled in the build.

I create new unit tests and upload the changed .cs files and the new
tests do not run. Tho if I compile within my VS and upload them with
Tortoise they do run. What could be the problem?



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