I see a lot of projects that have a build status for the current version. And there is also a system that builds the project and spits out library/installers/executable files after each push.
Using that coupled with git tags in your commits you can release a new version of your code by just pushing to upstream.
A small tutorial on that would merge perfectly with the end paragraphs of this one, I think.
Got your point. Maybe I will write a new blog soon about that.
Meantime you can check out travis-ci. Their documentation is pretty amazing. And it's simple to integrate with Github.
Thank you for your inputs.
No problem mate.
Thank you as well, I will definitely check it out.
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