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CI build template patch #21264

merged 2 commits into from Sep 6, 2020


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@aminya aminya commented Sep 5, 2020

This is a patch for #21230

It includes the code signing keys in the code map and uses Azure macros for that instead. Azure does not pass secret variables to the program without using macros.

aminya added 2 commits Sep 5, 2020
Use Azure macros to interpolate the keys
Only one condition will be true
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Looks good to me.

Note to maintainers: Pull Request CI runs always skip code signing. If you want to, you can test that code-signing truly works by pushing this to a branch starting with electron-. For example: electron-test-code-signing. That will trigger the production pipeline. And branch names starting with electron- are considered a "signed zip branch" name, so the Windows and macOS apps will be signed in the CI run.

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sadick254 commented Sep 6, 2020

@DeeDeeG This one just slipped through the cracks for us. Thanks for the pointer.

@sadick254 sadick254 merged commit 7607751 into atom:master Sep 6, 2020
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