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build exe (portable zip) via github workflow #58

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Jun 11, 2024


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@Osiris-Team Osiris-Team commented Mar 2, 2024

Was my first time with dotnet, and was doing changes over the github website, thats why there are so many commits.
Did a lot of trial and error. Ultimately wanted to create a portable exe, but ILmerge had bad mood and didnt want to, so the next best thing is portable zip, which is simply the ..../bin/Releases folder.

@Osiris-Team Osiris-Team changed the title build portable zip via github workflow build exe (portable zip) via github workflow Mar 2, 2024
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miroslavpejic85 commented Jun 11, 2024

Hey @Osiris-Team, Thank you for this!

@miroslavpejic85 miroslavpejic85 merged commit aa49d96 into miroslavpejic85:main Jun 11, 2024
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@Osiris-Team If you still really want a single file: with the .NET 9, we should be able to publish with AOT compilation into a single native executable. The only thing holding it back on the .NET 8 port is that WinForms doesn't fully support it yet, but unless I'm mistaken, support should be arriving in November.

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@KieranDevvs that sounds pretty nice, I guess then we wait until November.

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