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Sibuserv – Simple Build Server Copyright: 2015-2018 Boris Pek <firstname.lastname@example.org> License: MIT (Expat) Homepage: https://github.com/sibuserv/sibuserv Description: This project includes collection of tools which allows to setup simple build server based on cross-compilation for target systems. This server will be able to follow changes in specified git, subversion and/or mercurial repositories (git-svn and git-remote-hg are supported as well), to make builds and to do static code analisys (optionally) for each commit in your qmake-, cmake- and/or autotools-based projects. Currently supported target systems: * different GNU/Linux systems (tested for i486, i586, amd64 and armhf) * MS Windows (tested for i686 and x86_64) * Android (tested for ARMv7 and x86) And maybe one day Sibuserv will be able to build C++ apps for macOS too. This project is not self-contained, it depends on few other projects: * LXE – Linux cross-toolchain environment * MXE – M cross environment (for MS Windows) * aplump – plump Android (for Android) * official Qt SDK (for Android) There is special Sibuserv Web UI which allows to browse build results and distribute assembled executables among authorized users (with delimitation of access rights, etc.). Its usage is convenient but is not mandatory. You may provide access to build results via Samba, any FTP or HTTP server, using one of file hosting services and so on. For information how to install and how to use Sibuserv see file INSTALL. Screenshots: https://tehnick.github.io/sibuserv/screenshots/00.png https://tehnick.github.io/sibuserv/screenshots/02.png https://tehnick.github.io/sibuserv/screenshots/05.png Useful links: http://mxe.cc/ https://github.com/sibuserv/mxe https://github.com/sibuserv/lxe https://github.com/sibuserv/aplump https://github.com/sibuserv/sibuserv-webui Important notes: If you want to distribute statically linked binaries, you have to check the license compatibility very carefully. Even if your projects are free and/or open-source software.