BusyB: The Repeat Trigger
The repeat trigger is very simple. It just triggers a new build at defined intervals.
<project> <repeat> <interval>60 seconds</interval> </repeat> <build> ... build sub elements... </build> </project>
The repeat trigger tells BusyB to wait the specified period of time and then to build the project, wait again, build again, and so on, ad infinitum. In other words, <repeat> will build your project every so often, forever. If forever is too much for you, you can specify the number of times that repeat should trigger a build with the <count> element. The count element is show in the example below:
<project> <repeat> <interval>1 hour</interval> <count>24</count> </repeat> <build> ... build sub elements... </build> </project>
If you ran the example above, busyb would fire one build per hour for about 1 day and then exit.