Port an application built with quickly to windows

Asked by Golnaz Nilieh on 2010-05-22

I have created my application with quickly and uploaded the source files to launchpad.
Now that my app is rather ready for release, I decided to create a windows installer for it.
I chose NSIS for the job, And decided to put NSIS script in my project repository so that other contributors can work on it.

Is it ok to put the NSIS script in the trunk, or in a directory named NSIS in the trunk?
Can Quickly make packages using the trunck branch afterwards? or It has problem with unrelated files in the source?

Question information

Language:
English Edit question
Status:
Answered
For:
Quickly Edit question
Assignee:
No assignee Edit question
Last query:
2010-05-22
Last reply:
2010-05-22

I wouldnt see why it would case problems you can put the NSIS script in trunk just fine. Actually it should open it in text editor if you use "quickly edit".

Didier Roche (didrocks) said : #2

In fact, it won't open in quickly edit, but there is no problem if you add it to your trunk.
Just quickly save if you want to keep it recorded :)

I remember from a while back when I pasted files into the project's directory for the lib files it opened them in quickly edit but maybe im wrong. didrocks maybe im just going crazy.

Didier Roche (didrocks) said : #4

Quickly only opens files in bin/ and module_name/ directory. Here, I guess the NSIS script is in the parent (root) directory, not the module one, hence my precision on your answer.

Can you help with this problem?

Provide an answer of your own, or ask Golnaz Nilieh for more information if necessary.

To post a message you must log in.