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# This workflow uses actions that are not certified by GitHub.
# They are provided by a third-party and are governed by
# separate terms of service, privacy policy, and support
# documentation.

# This workflow will build, test, sign and package a WPF or Windows Forms desktop application
# built on .NET Core.
# To learn how to migrate your existing application to .NET Core,
# refer to
# To configure this workflow:
# 1. Configure environment variables
# GitHub sets default environment variables for every workflow run.
# Replace the variables relative to your project in the "env" section below.
# 2. Signing
# Generate a signing certificate in the Windows Application
# Packaging Project or add an existing signing certificate to the project.
# Next, use PowerShell to encode the .pfx file using Base64 encoding
# by running the following Powershell script to generate the output string:
# $pfx_cert = Get-Content '.\SigningCertificate.pfx' -Encoding Byte
# [System.Convert]::ToBase64String($pfx_cert) | Out-File 'SigningCertificate_Encoded.txt'
# Open the output file, SigningCertificate_Encoded.txt, and copy the
# string inside. Then, add the string to the repo as a GitHub secret
# and name it "Base64_Encoded_Pfx."
# For more information on how to configure your signing certificate for
# this workflow, refer to
# Finally, add the signing certificate password to the repo as a secret and name it "Pfx_Key".
# See "Build the Windows Application Packaging project" below to see how the secret is used.
# For more information on GitHub Actions, refer to
# For a complete CI/CD sample to get started with GitHub Action workflows for Desktop Applications,
# refer to

name: .NET Core Desktop

branches: [ "master" ]
branches: [ "master" ]



configuration: [Release]

runs-on: windows-latest # For a list of available runner types, refer to

Solution_Name: v2rayN\v2rayN.sln
#Test_Project_Path: your-test-project-path # Replace with the path to your test project, i.e. MyWpfApp.Tests\MyWpfApp.Tests.csproj.
Wap_Project_Directory: v2rayN\v2rayN\bin
#Wap_Project_Path: your-wap-project-path # Replace with the path to your Wap project, i.e. MyWpf.App.Package\MyWpfApp.Package.wapproj.

- name: Checkout
uses: actions/checkout@v3
fetch-depth: 0

# Install the .NET Core workload
- name: Install .NET Core
uses: actions/setup-dotnet@v3
dotnet-version: 6.0.x

# Add MSBuild to the PATH:
- name: Setup MSBuild.exe
uses: microsoft/setup-msbuild@v1.0.2

# Restore the application to populate the obj folder with RuntimeIdentifiers
- name: Restore the application
run: msbuild $env:Solution_Name /t:Restore /p:Configuration=$env:Configuration
Configuration: ${{ matrix.configuration }}

# Create the app package by building and packaging the Windows Application Packaging project
- name: Create the app package
run: msbuild $env:Solution_Name /p:Configuration=$env:Configuration
Appx_Bundle: Always
Appx_Bundle_Platforms: x86|x64
Appx_Package_Build_Mode: StoreUpload
Configuration: ${{ matrix.configuration }}

- name: check output
run: ls ${{ env.Wap_Project_Directory }}
Configuration: ${{ matrix.configuration }}

# Upload the MSIX package:
- name: Upload build artifacts
uses: actions/upload-artifact@v3
name: MSIX Package
path: ${{ env.Wap_Project_Directory }}\Release\net6.0-windows

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