[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 179945] Consider hosting pre-built `jsc` binaries somewhere official

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Sat Nov 25 12:35:19 PST 2017


--- Comment #5 from Mathias Bynens <mathias at qiwi.be> ---
(In reply to Alexey Proskuryakov from comment #3)
> Everything that CI builds ends up being officially available from
> nightly.webkit.org. I’m not sure offhand if running jsc from these archives
> would use the framework from the archive or the system one. It’s definitely
> possible to use dyld environment variables to control this, and we may
> already have helper scripts for that. 
> None of that actually helps the use case of comparing major releases though.
> First, CI doesn’t build release branches, and second, retention policy may
> be too short for the purpose of testing old releases. 
> JavaScriptCore has system dependencies, so for testing past versions, one
> needs a natching macOS version anyway. Nightlies are sufficient for testing
> trunk. So I don’t see any action that can be taken to help here. Please let
> us know if something is not covered yet!

I know nightly.webkit.org offers such downloads for all of WebKit. I’m looking for stand-alone `jsc` binaries, however.

I’m also not interested in old jsc versions. The use case is getting a recent (as in ~head of trunk) build of `jsc`.

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