May, 2016

How to debug a Cake file

Published
Thursday, May 26, 2016
Category
How To's
Author
gep13

As you might have noticed, as part of the v0.12.0 release of Cake, thanks to a community contribution from mholo65, Cake now has debug support for Cake files.

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Cake v0.12.0 released

Published
Wednesday, May 25, 2016
Category
Release Notes
Author
gep13

Version 0.12.0 of Cake has been released.

Not to put too fine a point on it, but...

This is a huge release for Cake! In this release we have added support for the debugging of Cake scripts using Visual Studio, as well as support for the .Net CLI Tools (a.k.a. dotnet). The best part about both of these features is that they were contributed again by our amazing community members. Thank you, we very much appreciate your help!

In addition to these amazing features, we also took the time to squash some bugs, as well as to improve our own builds through the use of Polly, which is helping with NuGet issues on our Travis CI Builds.

Keep an eye out on the blog and on the Cake website for additional information about the new debugging support and how it can be used.

Contributions were included from:

Full details of everything that was included in this release can be seen below.

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Cake v0.11.0 released

Published
Sunday, May 1, 2016
Category
Release Notes
Author
patriksvensson

Version 0.11.0 of Cake has been released.

There has been a lot of improvements and bug fixes in this release, but other than that we've been mostly focused on getting proper integration tests in place to better find regressions in future versions of Cake.

We've also (finally) added overloads for the Setup/Teardown methods that provides an ICakeContext. The old methods will now output an obsoletion warning, so you may want to think about updating the usage of those in your build scripts sooner rather than later.

Contributions were included from:

Thank you all!

Please let us know if you run into any issues with this latest release.

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