Desktop client for cabal, the p2p/decentralized/offline-first chat platform.
$ git clone https://github.com/cabal-club/cabal-desktop $ cd cabal-desktop $ yarn install # install dependencies $ yarn start # start the application
This gist contains a
nix-shell file for development purposes. It sidesteps the issue of packaging the full package tree as a release into nixpkgs.
tiffutil -cathidpicheck cabal-desktop-dmg-background.jpg [email protected] -out dmg-background.tiff
TravisCI will automatically create and upload the appropriate release packages for you when you're ready to release. Here's the process for distributing production builds.
Draft a new release. Set the “Tag version” to the value of version in your application package.json, and prefix it with v. “Release title” can be anything you want. For example, if your application package.json version is 1.0, your draft’s “Tag version” would be v1.0.
Push some commits. Every CI build will update the artifacts attached to this draft.
Once you are done, create the tag (e.g.,
git tag v6.0.0) and publish the release (
git push --tags && npm publish). GitHub will tag
the latest commit for you.
The benefit of this workflow is that it allows you to always have the latest artifacts, and the release can be published once it is ready.
Build for current platform:
$ yarn run dist
build for multiple platforms: