Latex: Linking Latest Artifact


#1

Hi there,

I have a latex project and I am hoping to include, in my github README file, a link that points to the latest build artifact (i.e. the PDF file generated using pdflatex). I have googled for a long time but was unable to find any good solution. Could someone please tell me whether such feature is supported in CircleCI? If yes, is there any minima working example that I can refer to? Thanks in advance.


#2

I have a latex project and I am hoping to include, in my github README file, a link that points to the latest build artifact

Yes. You can push to a CDN or public filestore (e.g. S3 on AWS) and serve from there. Or you could make a new commit to this (or another) GitHub repo to store the latest version, and push.

Maybe, but I would advise against becoming too reliant on examples. By all means use a search engine to find such a thing, but CI is not a trivial undertaking, and you will often need to write your own code. It cannot be done with copy+paste programming. The Git approach is just normal Git/Linux usage, so I would suggest just rolling your sleeves up and giving it a try.


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