1. Load some source code
- Loads an example file.
Examples, taken from the supporting repository are selectable here.
- Starts a new source file.
Once you've finished editing, press the Send button to send the source to the server.
- Uploads a source file or zip archive
from your computer.
Zip archives may contain source files and any resources needed (for example, a JFPatch source and the binary that it is patching).
Example JFPatch files can be found in a supporting repository.
2. Build the source
Starts the build on the server.
A 'Build output' window will appear to show what the build is doing. If there is throwback output, this will appear in a separate window.
If the build fails, the source editor can be used to edit the code and fix bugs.
If the build was successful, the download icon will appear.
3. Download the binary
Downloads the built binary.
Binaries are only returned when the build tool copies them to the clipboard on a successful build.