I'm evaluating Bamboo to see if it would work for us, and I had a question in regards to Projects and Plans for an organization with 175 repositories. While there are numerous repositories, there's only 3 or 4 different types of repository. For the most part it's simple:
Then from there we would either copy it directly to one location, or possibly zip up the contents and move the zip file to another location.
From what I can tell I'm going to have to go through and create a project and a plan for each one of these so each plan can have the correct repository. Is that what I would end up with?
One type of repository would checkout the code on the main branch, build the project using MSBuild, zip up the output of the MSBuild run, and copy them to a directory. This might apply to 15-20 repositories, where the only differences would be the name of the repository, the name of the MSBuild file, and the name of the directory, (all of which would be named the same).
Another type of repository would checked out the code on the main branch, build the project using MSBuild, and copy the build directory contents to another directory. Just as above, the only variation would be the name of the repository, the name of the MSBuild file, and the name of the final directory. Again, all three of these would be named the same. This would apply to aroun 75-80 repositories.
I have a couple of other "types", but for the purpose of this question we can ignore those and assume I meant around 100 repositories and 2 "types".
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