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  • act

    Run your GitHub Actions locally 🚀

    You should fix act or the Gitea fork of it because currently it does like 5% of GHA and even that doesn't work reliably

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  • vscodium

    binary releases of VS Code without MS branding/telemetry/licensing

    That it doesn't work? I guess put another way: what repo in the wild does act work for you? I have yet to see it build any GHA workflow locally. I first tried it for VSCodium which should have been an easy case because they use their own build image so there's not a lot of crazy shell scripting or GHA uses: clauses, but it doesn't work and when it doesn't work it doesn't offer any insightful error messages about what steps(!) I can take to resolve its woes. I ended up just replicating the VSCodium build process in a local shell script because I wasn't even able to fix the act binary to be sane

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