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Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
ho
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
you can use your own but nobody (operating systems i mean) will trust it
also the windows installer uses Squirrel which (last time i checked) doesn't support custom paths
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
:(
Yep just checked
They provide no UAC support so your stuck with local appdata
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
which i don't mind, i think it's a benefit
that uac is not required
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
Its got some tradeoff (like no entry in the uninstall), but yea it nice
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
it does have an entry in Control Panel > Uninstall
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
really? I missed it
I will have to look more into the new code, thats a way better codebase that we had before, but more complex when youre getting started
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
yes, it is more complex
let me know if you have any questions, it's often easier to ask me than spend time trying to figure it out on your own
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
do you plan to make an update soon?
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
yes, see develop
CHANGELOG
or commits
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
nice
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
i wanted to send to staging to test the builds but that's when i realised the CIs didn't work
i re-activated notifications for gitter, but they're email only. if you need anything urgent or i don't reply here ping me on messenger, i get those instantly
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
ha... I will prepare the .org website for the update. Mainly add a script to fetch the latest version for now.
good thanks
if you want, you can change the URL in the description to the .org domain. Seems like I dont have the permissions to do so.
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
done
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
:+1:
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
you can use the links in src/package.json > packages, they're clean
you won't need any scripts to fetch the latest
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
yep except for linux.
does squirrel works for linux?
If so I could PR to your server implementation
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
the server has both package types and both arches
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
ho, good then
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
great
might want to normalize amd64 and x86_64 at some point
Just feels strange to use the .com domain in the .org website :)
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
The website is updated to fetch the latest version
I used your script @sidneys
sidneys.github.io
@sidneys
@Sytten awesome. yes. its handy and irritatning that there is no simple URL / REST path for getting direct links to the latest release binaries
Émile Fugulin
@Sytten
Yea :S
All the stuff done by aluxian is in coffescript, but now with ES6 I find that its not very usefull anymore
the only things that dont work is the uglify plugin
only capable of working with ES5
sidneys.github.io
@sidneys
ditto
i hate coffescript.
full disclosure here
but i do see and like typescript and its benefits, for example
for the night owls out there, i created a desktop dimming app based on electron (overkill, but performance wise its perfectly ok):
basically it darkens the display beyond their native lowest brightness by adding overlays