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Continuous integration tools for VB6?

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I have a larg(ish) project consisting of over 40 seperate projects, of
which about 30 are C/C++ Dlls and the remainder (will be VB6 GUI
applications).

I have finally opted for VB6, after spending about a year, evaluating
both Java and C# (in that order). The problem though is, are there any
continuous integration tools that will help me automate code builds?

I would prefer not to have to write perl scripts (though I can if I have
to), but I would like something that is open source and can work with CVS.

Apr 17 '06 #1
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Bit,

Then have a look a little bit further to C# and VB.Net. In my opinion is VB6
is definitely not the way to go anymore because the posibilitity to run it
on future systems. (Beside probably longer development trajects using it.)

I hope this helps,

Cor

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I have a larg(ish) project consisting of over 40 seperate projects, of
which about 30 are C/C++ Dlls and the remainder (will be VB6 GUI
applications).

I have finally opted for VB6, after spending about a year, evaluating both
Java and C# (in that order). The problem though is, are there any
continuous integration tools that will help me automate code builds?

I would prefer not to have to write perl scripts (though I can if I have
to), but I would like something that is open source and can work with CVS.

Apr 17 '06 #2

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