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  • Oct 30 2016 14:43
    pathikdevani commented #8
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Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
I will check it out later
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
Did you read the README? I've written there the steps. Try to install the requirements then build and try it. You don't need Atom.
Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
Ok I write some html/css and js and then that?
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
yeah, also change stuff in package.json
btw. not all the features on GH are done
Gah, I’ll add a more detailed notice
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
Done
So yes, after you change the source code just gulp build:& and run it
Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
gulp build:linux32
and then I get message "no gulpfile found" :worried:
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
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make sure you’re at the root of the project
not in src
Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
I don't think that I set up gulp right :/
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
You just need to npm install
And `npm install -g gulp" and it should work
Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
OK I did that again now...What is next
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
Then build
Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
gulp build:linux64?
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
Yep
Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
Hmmm...I get this nasty error ReferenceError: gulp is not defined
at Object.<anonymous> (/home/aleksandar/gulpfile.js:1:63)
at Module._compile (module.js:456:26)
at Object.Module._extensions..js (module.js:474:10)
at Module.load (module.js:356:32)
at Function.Module._load (module.js:312:12)
at Module.require (module.js:364:17)
at require (module.js:380:17)
at Liftoff.handleArguments (/usr/local/lib/node_modules/gulp/bin/gulp.js:116:3)
at Liftoff.<anonymous> (/usr/local/lib/node_modules/gulp/node_modules/liftoff/index.js:192:16)
at module.exports (/usr/local/lib/node_modules/gulp/node_modules/liftoff/node_modules/flagged-respawn/index.js:17:3)
at Liftoff.<anonymous> (/usr/local/lib/node_modules/gulp/node_modules/liftoff/index.js:185:9)
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
ok, let me do a clone and try it
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
it worked
Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
I will try it one more time :smile:
Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
Is there any other way to develop native apps with html and js?
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
yes
theres nwjs.io
and there’s also a tutorial
read the beginning of the README and you’ll find it
Aleksandar Petkovic
@Petkovix
Thanks
Richard Schulte
@acao
any suggestions on doing CI builds for OSX? I'm developing on a linux machine, and I want to be able to distribute the application to my other team members iteratively. I see that I can use Appveyor for Windows
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
I think CircleCI supports darwin, but I'm not sure.
Atom uses travis
The idea is the same, you configure the CI to run a task and download the artifacts
Richard Schulte
@acao
awesome! that's super helpful. I was just looking into spoofing appdmg in linux (possible) and codesign in linux is of course not possible :(. but that's exciting to know
thanks for this starter kit by the by, it's really great
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
I'm glad you find it useful! :)
I think googling "continuous integration osx dmg etc" might also help
Richard Schulte
@acao
yeah, mostly i'm getting results regarding binaries for CI tools and such. a docker baseimage for darwin does not exist yet. what i might do is just provide a bash script or two for my CEO to click (one for setup and one for a git pull and build) that hopefully wont hose his system, haha
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
Hehe
Richard Schulte
@acao
FYI, you were right, CircleCI does support darwin!
One more question though: I'm confused about asar, does the codesign / windows certficate stuff prevent people from accessing source code?
Alexandru Rosianu
@aluxian
Hey, I'm not sure about asar, but I think it does make the code unavailable to clients
Code signing doesn't obfuscate the code, it's just.. Signing
Alejandro Tocar
@aletocar
hey! just ran build on mac for darwin and linux, but when i open the built app nothing happens (did it for the default)
no errors where shown
any help would be great