[Micronet] Anyone checking .Net code into SVN at Code.berkeley.edu?

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[Micronet] Anyone checking .Net code into SVN at Code.berkeley.edu?


Hi folks,

I'm curious about whether folks are using code.berkeley.edu for their .Net code and, if so, if you are using any Continuous Integration tools (Hudson/Jenkins/etc.) once its checked in.  

SAIT is in the early stages of looking into the SVN+Hudson/CI+Nexus trifecta set up by the Code.Berkeley.edu team and Gary Struthers and would love to hear from folks that are farther along in the process!




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