View Revisions: Issue #14516

Summary 0014516: Nightlies available for testers - some loose ends
Revision 2016-12-30 13:10 by Kunda
Description 1. Each OS nightly gets uploaded in to it's own directory ex. https://sourceforge.net/projects/scribus/files/scribus-svn/1.5.3.svn/
 Windows/
 Linux/
 MacOSX/

2. Figure out a way to make a 'Latest' file that lives in the top level of each OS nightly directory and symlink to the most up-to-date nightly. That way when someone tries to get the 'Latest' will automagically change to the correct file. Also, then on the Download page all we need to do is link to 'Latest'.

3. Only keep the 5 most recent nightlies per OS

4. Rejig https://github.com/probonopd/uploadtool to
  a. directly upload to sourceforge
  b. show the SVN revision number in the appimage title
  c. pull latest transifex translations in to build
Revision 2016-12-27 22:54 by Kunda
Description 1. Each OS nightly gets uploaded in to it's own directory ex. https://sourceforge.net/projects/scribus/files/scribus-svn/1.5.3.svn/
 Windows/
 Linux/
 MacOSX/

2. Figure out a way to make a 'Latest' file that lives in the top level of each OS nightly directory and symlink to the most up-to-date nightly. That way when someone tries to get the 'Latest' will automagically change to the correct file. Also, then on the Download page all we need to do is link to 'Latest'.

3. Only keep the 5 most recent nightlies per OS

4. Rejig https://github.com/probonopd/uploadtool to directly work with sourceforge
Revision 2016-12-27 21:23 by Kunda
Description 1. Each OS gets uploaded in to it's own directory ex. https://sourceforge.net/projects/scribus/files/scribus-svn/1.5.3.svn/
 Windows/
 Linux/
 MacOSX/

2. Figure out a way to make a 'Latest' file that lives in the top level of each OS nightly directory and symlink to the most up-to-date nightly. That way when someone tries to get the 'Latest' will automagically change to the correct file. Also, then on the Download page all we need to do is link to 'Latest'.

3.Only keep the 5 most recent nightlies per OS.