How to configure Networks Runner to deploy Windows 7 and 10?


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Good day!

There are a number of Windows machines 7 and 10, all x64.
There is a process of developing some software for Lua, Python within Networks

For each created IN a separate project. Projects contain source files (*.py/*.lua), and compiled binaries.

When distributing funds Networks Runner, he clones the repository as a whole. How to prevent the source on the target machine?

Now for this branch is created release, which removed the source code. Accordingly, when the push task runs:
stages: - deploy to_machine_one: only: refs: - release tags: - to_machine_one stage: deploy script: - set DEST_DIR=C:\\stat - IF not exist %DEST_DIR% (mkdir %DEST_DIR%) - xcopy dist C:\\stat /Q /R /Y to_machine_two: only: refs: - release tags: - to_machine_two stage: deploy script: - set DEST_DIR=C:\\stat - IF not exist %DEST_DIR% (mkdir %DEST_DIR%) - xcopy dist C:\\stat /Q /R /Y


This way the inconvenient necessity of development in the master branch, compile, switch to release and move the binary from the master:
git checkout master dist/someprogram.exe
And accordingly, this path is probably wrong. How really should prevent source for a car?
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Divide the process into stage 2:
  1. First performed locally on the runner, collect artifacts
  2. The second delivered to the server for these artifacts
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