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Is Windows supported? #3594

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fastlanebot opened this Issue Feb 12, 2016 · 6 comments

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fastlanebot commented Feb 12, 2016

Original issue by @timkoers - Imported from fastlane/screengrab#67

Like a lot of devs out here, I am developing on Windows (my main machine)
The source of the screengrab binary is (what looks like) linux style bash code.

I suppose it can't be run with cygwin?

Thanks,

Tim

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Hi @timkoers -

The command line tool is written in Ruby, so Windows support is possible if you install Ruby. That said, we're not quite where we'd like to be with Windows support in screengrab just yet. You may find things which are not working well, or at all! I think this is true of many parts of fastlane in general. That said, if you're willing to brave the unknown, we'd love to hear what you find. 🔍

Just off the top of my head, I believe you will need to use the option --skip_open_summary true in order to prevent a Mac-specific call from being triggered at the end of each run.

Thanks for your interest! 👍

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Thanks!

I’ll look into it tomorrow, and ofcourse let you know the result.

Tim

PS: I love the fabric.io tools, they really help me developing better applications.

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Onderwerp: Re: [screengrab] Is Windows supported? (#67)

Hi @timkoers https://github.com/timkoers -

The command line tool is written in Ruby, so Windows support is possible if you install Ruby. That said, we're not quite where we'd like to be with Windows support in screengrab just yet. You may find things which are not working well, or at all! I think this is true of many parts of fastlane https://github.com/fastlane/fastlane in general. That said, if you're willing to brave the unknown, we'd love to hear what you find. https://assets-cdn.github.com/images/icons/emoji/unicode/1f50d.png

Just off the top of my head, I believe you will need to use the option --skip_open_summary true in order to prevent a Mac-specific call from being triggered at the end of each run.

Thanks for your interest! https://assets-cdn.github.com/images/icons/emoji/unicode/1f44d.png


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arv1989 commented Jul 1, 2016

Any updates on this? @timkoers @mfurtak

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mfurtak commented Jul 1, 2016

Hi @arv1989 - there haven't been any new developments towards supporting Windows, sorry!

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arv1989 commented Jul 2, 2016

Thanks @mfurtak for the update

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MichaelRumpler commented Nov 25, 2016

I need to obfuscate my Android release dlls. Currently I use ConfuserEx for that. As obfuscation is a pretty down level process, I doubt that it can be done on a Mac. So for me no Windows support rules fast lane out.
Maybe I can use it without screengrab. If that's the only component missing I can do without it.

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