1. 29 Oct, 2018 1 commit
  2. 14 Nov, 2018 4 commits
  3. 20 Oct, 2018 1 commit
    • Paul Morelle's avatar
      setup: allow specification of certificate password on command line · fb6ef98c6f8d
      Paul Morelle authored
      In the case of an automated build, it may be interesting to avoid being
      asked the password on the standard input for each build.
      The new option --certpwd allows for the specification of this password
      on the command line.
      
      CI tools usually have a mechanism to use a secret value in a variable,
      whose value will be hidden from the console output.
      fb6ef98c6f8d
  4. 19 Oct, 2018 1 commit
    • Paul Morelle's avatar
      setup: limit hgtag up to thgtag · a8c652adbd37
      Paul Morelle authored
      When building a specific version of TortoiseHg, it may be an old one
      which is not yet compatible with the latest Mercurial version,
      so we need to limit the hg tag to a maximum of the same version as thg.
      a8c652adbd37
  5. 03 Oct, 2018 1 commit
    • Paul Morelle's avatar
      setup: allow for using a certificate SubjectName instead of a filename · f5d3baf00af9
      Paul Morelle authored
      If your certificate is stored on a USB token, there is no file to provide
      to the --cert option. However, Microsoft's SignTool.exe accepts a SubjectName
      and will look for it in the available certificates.
      
      However, this will (most probably) ask the user for its password many times,
      in a popup dialog window.
      f5d3baf00af9
  6. 12 Nov, 2018 1 commit
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  8. 10 Nov, 2018 1 commit
    • Sune Foldager's avatar
      backout most of 5d7276b2a890 · e489fa791650
      Sune Foldager authored
      The pypath "fixes" break installer building, as the hg path will now point to
      the source hg repository, and not the one under winbuild/build. This causes
      py2exe to not copy mercurial cext extensions, and in general to copy arbitrarily
      incorrect code.
      
      I also backed out the changes to external extension paths. They don't break
      anything, but I don't understand the reason for them as I can build installers
      fine without them. The original changeset doesn't state any reasons.
      e489fa791650
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