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It only took 6 months:
- Buy a smart card.
- Go through multi-step security theater based around e-mailing of easy-to-forge photos of documents that the recipient had no ability to verify anyway.
- Install and configure weirdo bespoke software for the smart card. It opens an SSH-server-hanging popup asking for a PIN, so I can't have headless automatic builds.
- Install certificates through Internet Explorer (the only browser supported by the security-minded Certificate Authority).
- Copy & paste a bunch of obscure commands printing "Internal Error (0xF0AD)", documented for Windows Vista in form of Vogon poetry.
And now you have the
gifski.exe with a digital signature! Obsolete SHA-1, no less! Thanks to this fantastic marvel of modern technology, instead of getting a scary window with "OMG every exe is a virus!" when running
gifski.exe, now you get the fancy "OMG every exe is a virus! But from a Publisher" window.
Fixed a crash on macOS and Linux.
Windows binary isn't up to date yet, and will crash from time to time, because building stuff on Windows is annoying. I'll sort it out later.