We’re happy to announce that Buddy now officially supports GCC.
GCC, or the GNU Compiler Collection, lets developers to compile applications written in C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Ada and Go (to which we already have a dedicated action), alongside libraries for these languages.
The action was added in response to numerous requests, especially from C/C++ developers.
Automating C/C++ deliveries with Buddy
With Buddy you can automatically build, test and deploy your application on every push to the selected branch. Configuration is very simple and takes literally a couple of minutes:
- Sign up with your GitHub/Bitbucket profile or email
- Select the repository with your project
- Add and configure the GCC action. You can install any missing dependencies in the Packages tab.
- Add transfer action to your type of server (eg. SFTP)
Once configured, make a push to the selected branch and watch Buddy automatically build, test and deploy your C++ app:
TIP: If you’d like to learn more about delivery automaton (eg. Dockerizing applications), check out our guides section.