This is just a quick not on how to run a bash script with parameters in GitHub actions, and how to use the passed argument in the script. GitHub Action Here’s the jobs section of the GitHub action, but the last line is the interesting bit as this calls the script. The argument is simply […]
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I needed to take a bunch of markdown files and convert them into a PDF, with all images present and correct, and using a CSS-based stylesheet. Behind the scenes, this is usually done using an intermediate HTML step. My attempts to solve this issue took me down a few different paths, so I thought I’d […]
Although you have to join a waitlist, there is a technical preview of GitHub Copilot integrated as a Visual Studio extension. Copilot is an AI pair programming tool that suggests code based on a colossal training set of open source code. It can suggest line completions and entire functions as you type, and it seems […]
This was the first time I needed to create an end-to-end process with GitHub Actions and Octopus Deploy. Here’s how I did it. The set up is a .NET (Core 3.1 currently) website that has an existing Publishing Profile that I have been using to create the artefacts as I’ve been testing different hosting scenarios. […]
I received the following issue on GitHub: I was literally shocked to discover that nuget.exe is committed into version control. The thing is, this kind of feedback doesn’t help. If we want to encourage more people to share their code with the world then we need to be more careful with how we communicate. Yes, […]