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Easy way to run locally on Linux/Windows/OSX #3

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jonnor opened this Issue Apr 16, 2014 · 6 comments

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jonnor commented Apr 16, 2014

Currently one has to run imgflo as a server from commandline, register manually using imgflo-register, and manually open app.flowhub.io in browser. Which is not for everyone :)

Low priority for me, as delivering native solutions to multiple operating systems is tons of work. A proper solution would be to use Travis CI, or something that integrates with it, to continiously build and test a native app.

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nylnook Apr 17, 2014

I may be wrong, but we can probably provide an install script for easy installation of GEGL+BABL+lipsoup from source (OS dependant), and then use something like this :
https://github.com/rogerwang/node-webkit
to package an "application"

Need some more investigation ;p

nylnook commented Apr 17, 2014

I may be wrong, but we can probably provide an install script for easy installation of GEGL+BABL+lipsoup from source (OS dependant), and then use something like this :
https://github.com/rogerwang/node-webkit
to package an "application"

Need some more investigation ;p

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For Ubuntu, we could publish the binary we already build on Travis. Might help some people at least

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jonnor commented May 9, 2014

For Ubuntu, we could publish the binary we already build on Travis. Might help some people at least

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@nylnook: A "script" is not my definition of easy for this bug. We already have that, its called "Makefile". Downloadable, ready-to-run binaries for platform for every release is easy (automatically built).

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jonnor commented May 9, 2014

@nylnook: A "script" is not my definition of easy for this bug. We already have that, its called "Makefile". Downloadable, ready-to-run binaries for platform for every release is easy (automatically built).

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One could consider packaging into a self-contained "app" a separate issue

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jonnor commented May 9, 2014

One could consider packaging into a self-contained "app" a separate issue

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We now build imgflo-dependencies and imgflo for OSX on Travis. Couple of tests failing on imgflo still thought, see https://travis-ci.org/imgflo/imgflo/jobs/137345887

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jonnor commented Jun 13, 2016

We now build imgflo-dependencies and imgflo for OSX on Travis. Couple of tests failing on imgflo still thought, see https://travis-ci.org/imgflo/imgflo/jobs/137345887

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OSX support mainline in master now, and documented in README. Next steps would be to actually bundle up into an .app.

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jonnor commented Jul 22, 2016

OSX support mainline in master now, and documented in README. Next steps would be to actually bundle up into an .app.

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