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I wanted to upload an installer for the Windows/Mingw Rosegarden I've been
playing around with. Think I might need the 'release technician' thingy to
be able to upload files? Or perhaps someone can tell me what I'm doing
wrong. Think I should then be able to do it with scp right?
From: D. Michael McIntyre <michael.mcintyre@ro...> - 2011-09-20 21:35:05
On Tuesday, September 20, 2011, Richard Bown wrote:
> Think I should then be able to do it with scp right?
I set you up with the release technician thingie, and you should be good to
These days, I just use the web upload tool, although I think it's still
technically possible to scp the file somewhere and grab it from there.
Do you want to call it a variant of 11.06, or what? I guess you could release
it as rosegarden-11.06-mingw.zip or something.
Assuming you wanted to do that, I'd go here:
Then click "Add File" and go from there. You'd want to set it as the default
download for Windows, I expect.
You might want to invent some entirely new directory so you can have a
separate release note explaining what this is about and so forth. I forget
exactly how that works, but you upload a file, mark it as a release note, and
if you've done what SourceForge expects, it comes up on the downloads web page
for that release. I think you have to call it README, but anyway, I figured
it out and you're at least as smart as I am, if not twice as smart, so I'm
sure you'll be fine.
D. Michael McIntyre