What are they
They're automations that help Mudlet reduce administrative overhead. See Github's excellent overview for them.
Which have we got?
- Compile Mudlet in macOS. When: on every Git push.
- Update 3rdparty libraries used with Mudlet. When: every Friday night or manually. (This is: IRE Mapping script, Lua code formatter, character width algorithm, and our forks of edbee, sparkle-glue, dblsqd, qtkeychain. Note that fork updates don't check the origin repository but rather our forked version to ensure the main repo is up to date with it.)
- Update autocompletion information in Mudlet. When: every Friday night or manually.
- Update text available in Crowdin for translation. When: every Friday night or manually.
- Remove extra whitespace from commit. When: whenever called by typing
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All of Mudlet's Github actions are available in the repository.
Running actions manually
As a member of the Mudlet core dev team, visit the list of actions at https://github.com/Mudlet/Mudlet/actions. Once there, pick an action, and use the
Run workflow menu:
You can also select a particular branch you'd like the action to run against. Press the button and your workflow will start running.