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Add Windows distributions in Makefile #32

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rleungx commented Feb 27, 2019


The PR adds one more distribution: windows-amd64. Closes #23.

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Manually test on my Windows

How are existing users impacted? What migration steps/scripts do we need?



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  • updated the documentation and/or roadmap (if required)
  • read the CONTRIBUTION guide
  • signed-off my commits with git commit -s

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alexellis commented Feb 27, 2019

Thanks for the PR.

Generally I wouldn't consider i386 worth the baggage and would go straight for windows-amd64 only named: inlets.exe

What are your thoughts?


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rleungx commented Feb 28, 2019

Ok. BTW, do you want to separate these distributions into different targets?


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alexellis commented Mar 2, 2019

Hi I would like to see the following:

  • only inlets.exe with no explicit architecture set
  • Dockerfile updated (if applicable)
  • .travis.yml updated (if applicable) - it means we add the binary directly to the release after a build
  • Anything else updated where we create or package a binary
  • README updated to say Windows support available, but experimental


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add windows dist in Makefile
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@rleungx rleungx force-pushed the rleungx:windows-binary branch from 42a6c31 to e5cb82e Mar 4, 2019

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