Title GitHub Actions fail for repos that are not called "downward"
Priority bug Status chatting
Superseder Nosy List jendrik, malte, silvan
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Created on 2021-03-24.10:00:55 by jendrik, last changed by malte.

msg10236 (view) Author: malte Date: 2021-03-24.17:42:22
Makes sense to me. My understanding is that the actions run in their own VM. No need to use the repository name for disambiguation/providing a separate namespace then.
msg10233 (view) Author: silvan Date: 2021-03-24.10:03:33
I would suggest to use /home/runner as the base path for everything. Then we can have the repository clone there, using a fixed name independent of the repo, and also a lib dir where we install the LP-related libraries.
msg10232 (view) Author: jendrik Date: 2021-03-24.10:00:55
The GitHub Actions run in the directory /home/runner/work/<reponame>. As one of the first steps, they clone the repo to /home/runner/work/<reponame>/<reponame>. Since the "Install dependencies" step calls "mkdir /home/runner/work/downward/lib", the step fails for all repos that are not called "downward".

When testing the fix for this issue, I think it would be good to test it both with and without the CPLEX and/or SoPlex secret set.
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