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Add linux-arm in your NuGet Package #801

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p3root opened this Issue Jan 16, 2019 · 5 comments

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p3root commented Jan 16, 2019

Could you add a built version for linux-arm of your library to the nuget package?´

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jedisct1 commented Jan 16, 2019

I have absolutely no idea how to do that, as I don't use either.

Can you send a pull request with the required changes to build this along with the rest?

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p3root commented Jan 16, 2019

I can provide you a built version of the library. Who makes and deploys the nuget package?

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jedisct1 commented Jan 16, 2019

They are built by the packaging/dotnet-core/prepare.py script.

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p3root commented Jan 17, 2019

So I assume you don't have a CI/CD? When using Azure DevOps for example, we could build linux-arm, linux-x64 and linux-x86 versions of the lib.

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jedisct1 commented Jan 17, 2019

For CI, every change automatically runs via Travis.

CD, no, I don't deploy this anywhere.

But the script can certainly be changed to cross-compile it for arm and add the result to the Nuget package. Give it a try :)

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