Build Servers

Continuous Integration (CI) and Build Server are important components of modern software development and deployment. They are used to automate the process of building, testing, and deploying software.

The examples in this section primarily address the most commonly used build servers. However, it's crucial to note that build server integration is exclusively available with the Babel Obfuscator Ultimate edition. This functionality is essential for companies aiming to streamline their build processes. By leveraging NuGet and MSBuild, the principles outlined here can be applied to virtually any build system, ensuring that obfuscation is executed consistently and correctly with each build.

In addition to continuous integration and Build Servers, Babel Obfuscator provides support for testing the obfuscated assemblies using unit tests. This is an important step in ensuring the quality and functionality of the obfuscated code. By executing the unit tests against the obfuscated assembly, you can verify that the obfuscation process has not altered the code's behaviour.

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