Normally the github clone should retain the upstream link, e.g.
if you look at my repo https://github.com/t-paul/openscad it has
that small "forked from openscad/openscad" in the upper left
I guess due to that missing link to the original repo, the
pull request ended up in your own repo instead of the one
hosted in the openscad account.
I'm not sure if there's a simple fix for this. It might be
easiest to delete that repo on github and clone it again
via the web interface - should be really just a single click
on the "Fork" button on the top right corner on the main
If you click on "Details" you see that two Linux builds were successful but the OSX build timed out during the tests. The tests it did run were successful. This is often the case because it seems to be much slower than the other two and it is marginal whether it completes or not, so I think you can ignore it.
Von: buttim <[hidden email]>
> Great. Is the resulting (Windows) executables available for
> download somewhere?
No, that needs to be built on our separate build server and
that's currently still triggered manually.
On 03/09/2017 04:41 PM, Torsten Paul wrote:
> I'll try to get that running later today. The binaries will
> show up in at http://files.openscad.org/snapshots/ >
Got a compile error, probably caused by a recent change, so
I'm trying to upgrade MXE on the build server. That will
need half a day to compile...