Good news! Over the past 4 weeks we’ve been sending out tweets about our secret project MyGet project “wonka”. Today is the day Wonka shows his great stuff to the world… In short: MyGet Build Services enable you to add packages to your feed by just giving us your GitHub repo. We build it, we package it, we publish it.
Our build server searches for a file called MyGet.sln and builds that. No probem if it's not there: we'll try and build other projects then. We'll run unit tests (NUnit, XUnit, MSTest and some more) and fail when those fail. We'll search for packages generated by your solution and if none are generated, we take a wild guess and create them for you.
To make it more visual, here are some screenshots. First, you have to add a build source, for example a GitHub repository (in fact, GitHub is all we currently support):
After that, you simply click “Build”. A couple of seconds or minutes later, your fresh package is available on your feed:
If you want to see what happened, the build log is available for review as well:
Starting today, you can enroll for our private beta. You’ll get on a waiting list and as we improve build capacity, you will be granted access to the beta. If you’re in, tell us how it behaves. What works, what doesn’t, what would you like to see improved. Enroll for this private beta now via http://www.myget.org/buildservices. Limited seats!
Do note it’s still a beta, and as Willy Wonka would say… “Little surprises around every corner, but nothing dangerous.”
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