Posted by kohsuke
on September 3, 2007 at 11:48 PM PDT
Hudson is getting several plugins for .NET development, making it quite usable for your .NET projects.
Hudson has lately added several plugins for .NET development.
First, Kyle Sweeney has developed NAnt and MSBuild plugins. As I understand it, those are essentially the Ant equivalent — building software from CLI.
There's also NUnit support developed by Erik Ramfelt. He's also working with Peter Reilly to add FxCop support to the violations plugin . FxCop is essentially a findbugs equivalent in .NET.
And Visual SourceSafe plugin has been available for some time now. I found out that this plugin uses my another hobby project com4j .
I haven't really done any serious .NET development since my FreeTrain project , so I could be wrong, but .NET folks don't seem to have a good CI tool — CruiseControl.NET seems to be all they have. So I think there's a room for creating a distribution of Hudson, with all those .NET plugins instead of Java-centric default offerings like Ant/Maven.