[Vm-dev] [OpenSmalltalk/opensmalltalk-vm] Fixes Linux 32-bit build preparation and deployment of monthly builds (#581)

Marcel Taeumel notifications at github.com
Wed Aug 4 09:40:31 UTC 2021

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-- Commit Summary --

  * Adds latest work on actions for continuous integration.
  * Change deploy branch to "Cog".
  * Try Newspeak builds.
  * Also build for pull_request; only deploy on push. [ci skip]
  * Merge remote-tracking branch 'remotes/upstream/Cog' into Cog
  * Setup all main builds for Linux, macOS, and Windows. Sketch workflow for Linux32xARMv6 (not functional). Adds extra workflow for not-so-common VM flavors.
  * Quick-fix generated FT2Plugin to compile in Linux. Note that code generation does currently not work for that plugin.
  * Quick fix to make squeak.cog.v3 build again on Linux32x86. Do not set or use endOfJITZone. This might not be what we actually want.
  * [ci skip] Another quickfix for making the rather old EventsHandlerPlugin compile on Linux. Where are its Slang sources located anyway?
  * Setup ARM builds for Linux. Remove obsolete build files for TravisCI, AppVeyor, Bintray.
  * In all main "Build for *" workflows, add workflow_dispatch to build artifacts for release candidates per tag.
  * Merge remote-tracking branch 'remotes/upstream/Cog' into Cog
  * Merge remote-tracking branch 'remotes/upstream/Cog' into Cog
  * Fix release update for monthly builds.
  * Fix Linux 32-bit builds by not loading mesa libs. Those seem to have recent package dependency issues.

-- File Changes --

    M .github/workflows/extra-arm.yml (2)
    M .github/workflows/extra.yml (2)
    M scripts/ci/actions_prepare_linux_x86.sh (2)

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