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pete never tried to get me to fix qb64
05-27-2017, 01:03 PM
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RE: pete never tried to get me to fix qb64
As the person who created the build mechanism for qb64.org, perhaps I might detail its operation.
1. A commit is pushed to galleondragon/qb64
2. A script on my Raspberry Pi reproduces this commit on flukiluke/qb64. No one makes changes to this repository otherwise.
3. A webhook on flukiluke/qb64 lauches a build on Travis
4. Travis compiles qb64, updates internal/source/, packages it up and scp's it to thr qb64.org server

The flukiluke/qb64 repository is just to get around the fact that I can't add webhooks to repositories I don't own. The effective operation is always to build the contents of galleondragon/qb64.
The build scripts are publically available in the .travis/ directory of the repository,

Walter, no need to flaunt your lack of knowledge regarding git. It only makes you look the fool.

How can software die a slow death, anyway? At day n the code is exactly the same at day n - 1 (assuming no updates). There are bugs, but they're not going to magically grow.

P.S Walter, this forum shows dates with the day and month the wrong way around. At the very least, http://xkcd.com/1179
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