This is work in progress, but I just wanted to share the news: I have Kolab 16 packages for Fedora 25 (with PHP7), built on copr!
There is a new release of the LightBuildServer, available at https://github.com/SolidCharity/LightBuildServer/releases This has now support for copr! Copr is a build service for Fedora and Epel packages: See for example my copr Kolab_16 that I have built with LBS: https://copr.fedorainfracloud.org/coprs/tpokorra/Kolab_16/
This is an update to the post http://www.pokorra.de/2014/12/packaging-nsis-nullsoft-installer-for-centos-rpm/ NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) “is a professional open source system to create Windows installers.” NSIS 3.0 has been released on 25th July 2016: http://nsis.sourceforge.net/News I have now packages for CentOS7 and
After quite a lot of refactoring, the latest LightBuildServer release 0.2.2 is now available, quite cleanly packaged for Fedora 22. The most important improvements are: runs now with uwsgi server and nginx uses sqlite to cope with persistent states, instead of
First I want to say Thanks to Xamarin for providing packages now for Linux again. I am personally using the Mono packages from Xamarin for CentOS7, and the MonoDevelop package for Ubuntu from Xamarin. I have decided I will not
Previously, my nightly builds of Kolab have been built and hosted here: https://obs.kolabsys.com/project/show/home:tpokorra:branches:Kolab:Development There were 2 problems recently: I was not able to add builds for CentOS7. The error message is: Failed to add project or repository: unable to walk
TBits.net is glad to announce that nightly tests now run every night against the nightly development packages of Kolab, for both CentOS 6 and Debian Wheezy. At the moment, the nightly tests also run for the Kolab 3.3 Updates for
For OpenPetra, I wanted to build the installer for the Windows Remote Client on CentOS. I know that NSIS (Nullsoft Scriptable Install System) is available for Debian, but I could not find a recent RPM package of NSIS for CentOS.
I have just finished the work on the latest MonoDevelop packages. Quite a bit has changed in the build process, so it needed some work to make the build from tarball finish successfully again. See this thread on the mailinglist: http://lists.ximian.com/pipermail/monodevelop-list/2014-May/016077.html