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pasztorpisti wrote:
How do you start the script?

Like any other, although the Windows Task Scheduler might be handy. Or make it a post-build option from the IDE. It's as easy as starting any GUI-less executable.

pasztorpisti wrote:
A CI system can be started from any machine from a browser.

The argument that it does builds for multiple platforms would have been better. It's relative easy to start an executable using ASP.NET.

pasztorpisti wrote:
but these batch files become uglier then C++ code quickly!

..I do not see how anyone could keep a tree with source-code tidy, if they can't even do so with a simple script.

An off-the shelf product does have advantages, you're right. And yes, it does provide some features that would cost some time (and thus money) to implement if you need them. And yes, for larger teams it is recommended to go for an existing product. Especially since no-one will be responsible for maintaining the script, and it'll grow into a number of hacks from various employees. The most decisive limitation here would be the budget.
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