Happy Fugio Friday!
We have a binary release for Linux!
Following on from last week, I’ve been putting the finishing touches to my new Jenkins based build system for Fugio.
From now on you’ll be able to download the latest development build for Windows 32 and 64 bit, macOS, Linux, and Raspberry Pi.
Once the builds are deemed stable, they will be moved to the stable download section and work will begin on the next release.
Apart from being able to keep 5 different build platforms up to date, it means that new features and bug fixes will be available sooner.
On GitHub, the new release branch will now start at the beginning of the release cycle, instead of the end. The develop branch will be merged with the release branch once new code is ready to be tested.
Please test the new builds and let me know if there are any problems. Every system has their own complex way of building and distributing software that I’ve had to learn and grapple with. This release is a whole new implementation across the board so there may be a few problems.
Finally, the whole build system is now cmake based rather than using qmake, which is the culmination of weeks of work.
Have a good weekend!
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