Well I’ve been playing around and its very crude initially and wants splitting out for a native powershell script rather than being embedded in the YML file, but I now have an appveyor build that produces a deb file.
I haven’t actually looked at what project builds the windows installer so havent sorted that yet!
This definitely has to be done, but right now many of HG classes are not testable. Also, current UI implementation on jQuery UI Mobile is too complicated and thus not maintainable. This winter I spent some time playing with vue.js framework, but after that Gene said that he might rewrite HG UI on his new js framework Zuix so I postponed my work.
That’s why I put my effort on writing unit-tests for ZWaveLib library.
Finally got around to tidying my git branches (IE Started again without using master - oops… I use TFSVC normally!) and have now created a new branch called appveyor and pushed that… hopefully Gene wont mind as a little config will be required his side but should then make it easier to release more frequently - especially if we add a unit test project and try and add more tests…
Well, as Gene doesn’t respond me on emails and do nothing with pull requests, I’ve created my own fork of HomeGenie’s main repository and merged your branch, thank you!
Made some minor changes to appveyor.yml by extracting powershell script into separate file.