Build portable version from develop branch

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Hey, great work! I tried to build the develop branch with costura to implement all dependencies into the executable. Unfortunately its about 10 mb of size and dont works What i have to do, to get "portable" version like your release of 1.2.10 but using the new code in develop branch?

Thanks for the great work!

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Maximilian Hipp
March 20, 2019, 12:45 PM

With “portable” i mean the standalone zip with configs and so on. Not the PAF.

Robin Krom
March 20, 2019, 2:00 PM

This is not yet advised, the current develop branch is very volatile. This is due to the nature of dotnet core 3.0 which is still in preview and very bleeding edge.

But we will “soon” have nightly builds in MSIX (like msi) installer format and probably also have .zip versions. The first builds with .zip files are already as draft on github (you can’t see them) and I’ll try to make them as preview downloadable. FYI: Working with them will be… interesting, I almost touched everything and am still rebuilding certain parts.

It should also be possible to build a version yourself soon, what always will be missing are our credentials! All the code is in the repository, but not our cloud-services tokens.

I think it would be best if you open a ticket on github for this build question, that feels more natural to keep you up to date. Our Jira is for feature requests and bug tracking, and we don’t have a direct link between our build jobs and Jira (yet?)

P.S.

Our official repo is at https://github.com/greenshot/greenshot

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