[nightly][Windows/Linux/MacOSX/Android] 32&64-bit & AppImage

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Re: [Windows/Linux/MacOSX/Android] 32&64-bit & AppImage & Se

by tsao-chi » Sun Dec 08, 2019 10:22

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Re: [nightly][Windows/Linux/MacOSX/Android] 32&64-bit & AppI

by Krock » Sun Dec 08, 2019 10:49

Please include a link to the source code - or provide the git hash if you're building from the official Minetest repository.

git/GitHub is not made to upload binaries. Consider using a file hosting service. With each nightly build the repository and your local clone will increase in size. It's the nature of the git history to keep all revisions saved - forever.
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Re: [nightly][Windows/Linux/MacOSX/Android] 32&64-bit & AppI

by tsao-chi » Fri Dec 13, 2019 13:32

Krock wrote:Please include a link to the source code - or provide the git hash if you're building from the official Minetest repository.

git/GitHub is not made to upload binaries. Consider using a file hosting service. With each nightly build the repository and your local clone will increase in size. It's the nature of the git history to keep all revisions saved - forever.


It's built daily by travis ci. https://github.com/The-Unstable-World/T ... travis.yml

Only one commit needs to be cloned when uploading the binary, other commits are only stored on github
 

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Re: [nightly][Windows/Linux/MacOSX/Android] 32&64-bit & AppI

by BeeWall » Fri Mar 27, 2020 21:01

I've made a script here that takes your latest APK daily and modifies its manifest file to work on Android 10 (it just adds the requestLegacyExternalStorage attribute). Is it all right if I do this? (It's much simpler for me than keeping a fork with that added up to date and compiling it myself every day, but I'm not sure if you'd like me to modify your APKs as the alternative).

The script is completely open, and uses only completely open source tools directly from their official releases, meaning that you can be 100% sure I'm not doing anything to the APK besides what I say I am.

If you say yes, then I'll a) keep this repo and its artifacts open, and b) probably post a link to it in a post in this forum, but if you've got an issue with either of those then I won't.
 


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