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Latest commit 8f7b1bc Sep 29, 2014 @jeremydmiller jeremydmiller Bumping to 2.2
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buildsupport Loading assemblies from another directory no longer copies the assemb… May 10, 2013
lib bundling Microsoft.Build into git for the Mono build Nov 24, 2012
packaging/nuget upgraded TopShelf and the nuspecs, fixed tests after the Mono/linux c… Feb 27, 2014
src Changed BottleServiceRunner project build configuration to be Any CPU Sep 29, 2014
.bottle-alias fixing integration tests Dec 2, 2013
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Gemfile use fuburake 1.0 Dec 21, 2013
ILRepack.rb Use ILRepack instead if ILMerge. Fixes bug when running on .net 4.0 Oct 11, 2013
VERSION.txt
bottles Fixed the bottles gem creation. Closes GH-89 Nov 7, 2013
bottles.cmd initial import from FubuMVC May 14, 2011
bundle.sh adding a shell script for bundler in the Mono build May 15, 2013
compile-bottle-staging.cmd added the first successful integration test and a whole lot of harnes… Nov 20, 2012
compile-bottle-staging.sh Attempt to work through more issues running tests on linux Dec 2, 2013
license.txt initial import from FubuMVC May 14, 2011
rakefile.rb fixing up the pathing for the remote links. Closes GH-92 Nov 18, 2013
readme.markdown initial import from FubuMVC May 14, 2011
ripple.config upgraded TopShelf and the nuspecs, fixed tests after the Mono/linux c… Feb 27, 2014
runst.bat adding storyteller to sln and adding the helper bat file May 16, 2011

readme.markdown

Why does git status show that all of my files are modified?

Bottles is built by Windows users, so all of the text files have CRLF line endings. These line endings are stored as-is in git (which means we all have autocrlf turned off). If you have autocrlf enabled, when you retrieve files from git, it will modify all of your files. Your best bet is to turn off autocrlf, and re-create your clone of Bottles.

  1. Delete your local clone of the Bottles repository
  2. Type: git config --global core.autocrlf false
  3. Type: git config --system core.autocrlf false
  4. Clone the Bottles repository again

More information about working with git and Bottles

Where is CommonAssemblyInfo.cs?

CommonAssemblyInfo.cs is generated by the build. The build script requires Ruby with rake installed.

  1. Run InstallGems.bat to get the ruby dependencies (only needs to be run once per computer)
  2. open a command prompt to the root folder and type rake to execute rakefile.rb

If you do not have ruby:

  1. You need to manually create a src\CommonAssemblyInfo.cs file

    • type: echo // > src\CommonAssemblyInfo.cs
  2. open src\Bottles.sln with Visual Studio and Build the solution
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