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Project UppercuT


"Professional builds in moments, not days!"


UppercuT is automated .NET build framework that is templated NAnt with conventions. UppercuT is the insanely easy to use build framework.

It seeks to solve both maintenance concerns and ease of build to help you concentrate on what you really want to do: write code. Upgrading the build should take seconds, not hours. And that is where UppercuT will beat any other automated build system hands down.

UppercuT uses conventions and has a simple configuration file for you to edit. Getting from zero to build takes literally less than five minutes. If you are still writing your own build scripts, you are working too hard.

UppercuT is extremely powerful because it is customizable and extendable. Every step of the build process is customizable with a pre, post and replace hook.

UppercuT is not a build server, but it integrates nicely with CruiseControl?.NET, TeamCity?, Hudson, etc.


Core build process provided by UppercuT (in order see BuildPipeline):

  • Checking policies are met
  • Versioning DLLs based on build number and source control revisions
  • Compile activities - F5 or Ctrl + Shift + B
  • Code Testing and Analysis
    • Testing
      • NUnit
      • MbUnit? v2
      • Gallio
    • NCover
    • NDepend
    • Mono Migration Analyzer
  • Environment Templating and Building (ConfigBuilder?, DocBuilder?, SQLBuilder, DeploymentBuilder?)
  • Packaging output to prepare for deployment
  • Zipping up output

Using UppercuT:




UppercuT was featured on the VAN (http://virualaltnet.blogspot.com/2010/02/from-zero-to-professional-build-in.html) in February 2010.





External Links:


Releases and source are here: http://uppercut.googlecode.com


User Group is here:  http://groups.google.com/group/uppercut-users


In detail topics on UppercuT:  http://ferventcoder.com/category/uppercut.aspx


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