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It's pretty easy to setup your AppFuse application to work with CruiseControl. You can either download the files from this page or if you're using 1.6.1+ - they're located in the extras/cruisecontrol directory. Thanks to Mike Clark and Jared Richardson for their help getting this work.
NOTE: The main lesson I learned when trying to get this to work is don't use Cygwin. In fact, I recommend you use a *nix machine if you have one available
To run CruiseControl on your AppFuse project, perform the following steps:
1. Download No InterWiki reference defined in properties for Wiki called '|http'!) and install CruiseControl. Extract it to your $TOOLS_HOME directory, wherever that may be. 2. After you've installed CruiseControl, create an "appfuse-cc" or similar directory next to your project directory. In my tests, I had:
c:\Source c:\Source\appfuse c:\Source\appfuse-cc
3. Download the following files and put them in the "appfuse-cc" directory:
The latest version of these files can be found in CVS.
4. Modify cruise.sh to point to the installed directory. If you're on Windows, rename cruise.sh to cruise.bat and point to the cruisecontrol.bat file.
5. Modify config.xml for your Ant path and publishing directories. 6. Modify build.xml so it points to your CVS server and project.
7. Run "ant" in the current directory or checkout your project into the "checkout" directory (you'll need to create it). You can also run this on the "appfuse" project for testing purposes.
8. Create a "logs/appfuse" directory in the current directory.
9. Run "cruise.sh".
10. Tweak the publishers in config.xml to your heart's content.
I was puzzled why my HTML E-Mails didn't contain all the pretty formatting like Spring's does. Then I looked at their latest archived one and noticed it looks the same on Gmane as it does in GMail. I'd recommend sending your build notifications to an e-mail account that can be read with a good HTML e-mail reader.