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Auto-generating SHA256 checksums #3291

merged 2 commits into from Nov 16, 2017


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evertonfraga commented Nov 15, 2017

What does it do?

It runs sha256 against Mist/EW artifacts and appends them to the release notes if there are any release drafts.

Any helpful background information?

We used to distribute binaries with MD5 checksums. SHA-256 checksums were generated manually until now.

Which code should the reviewer start with?

New dependencies? What are they used for?


Relevant screenshots?

This is what we aim for. We can't ensure what order the builds will finish, so it still requires a little text manipulation at the end, as all builds will print out the table header as well.


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@evertonfraga evertonfraga merged commit ed1578a into develop Nov 16, 2017
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