Edit: Less specifically, I suppose, the problem I'm trying to solve is this: I have a C# solution in Subversion that relies on other projects elsewhere in the Subversion tree. I'd like to build my project using Hudson. I can build the other project DLL locally, and reference it, but this doesn't work for the CI server. I can't reference the project because Hudson copies the project folders elsewhere, with a new name. What's the solution?
Slow Client connection blocks Mongrel
Handling web requests on server side
MySQL error “No Database Selected”
--Original answer: is quite outdated--.
Apache FilesMatch - matching a folder in the regular expression
We tried to use NPanday even also together with Hudson.
Php 5.3 or 6 windows install [closed]
It works, but in NPanday 1.1 the lifecycle is still quite java-like and not very adjusted to the needs for .NET projects.
Session Management in TWebModule
Apache Ignores SSLRequire Directive
The Plugin can maintain a pom.xml with all source-files.
Using mod_rails to host multiple apps under SSL, same domain
Support for resources is given, but not complete yet: localized satelite-assemblies are not supported.. The plugin also works for English VS installations only (patch in progress). We ended up building our own maven-plugins which I'm now trying to get into NPanday for v1.2.
(to be released before summer, hopefully). In Teamcity you can easily depend on artifacts produced by other buildprojects, but Hudson does not seem to support that..
There are some hiccups but slowly its improving and provides benefits of CI and centralized binary management (main advantage).
I never tried hudson but suggest you to go ahead with NPanday and continuum(maestro) combination to achieve CI.