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Old 28-02-2016, 18:21   #1
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How to move a PlugIn to production

Hi,
I have just about got the OCPN Draw ready for release and I was wondering what the process was to make it an official PlugIn?

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Re: How to move a PlugIn to production

Jon...
You just completed your part of it I will do mine tomorrow.

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Re: How to move a PlugIn to production

Pavel,
I need to update the version number, date and make sure I have the latest translations before it goes live and becomes official. Do you just want me to let you know it is ready?

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Re: How to move a PlugIn to production

Pavel,
OK, 1.0.0 (I am sure that is asking for trouble!) is in git and deb, rpm and exe files are in git in the releases area.

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Re: How to move a PlugIn to production

Pavel,
Now that OD is in 'production' and generally available, can you tell me how I maintain the executables as there are a couple of patches that I have made to fix up issues with the 1.0.0 version that I would like to make available.

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Re: How to move a PlugIn to production

Jon...
Linux packages are built on Launchpad - Simply ping me or Dave and we will push them there.
Windows and Mac packages have to be built locally, I can build them or you can do it yourself and I will upload them to the CDN and update the download page.
Basically just tag the release in the github repository and let me know and I will take care about the part of the release process that you can't do yourself.

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Re: How to move a PlugIn to production

Jon,

I'm packaging OpenCPN & plugins for Fedora/EPEL in my repo. Ping me if you wan't me to update your plugin.

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