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pasztorpisti wrote:
A bat file is unfortunately hard to monitor (no web interface to look at with a browser)
ECHO "Starting unit-test" >/var/www/CIprogress.htm
Custom applications are hard to customize, and a batch-file is easily extended. Anyone who can write a console-application using VB.NET can extend it's functionality. I'll put you a progress-bar in a tray-icon to follow the progress of the batch-file, if required Smile | :)

pasztorpisti wrote:
Currently we use a custom CI server (written in C++), its pure and simple,
Simpeler than what I suggested? Smile | :)
Bastard Programmer from Hell Suspicious | :suss:
if you can't read my code, try converting it here[^]

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