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    • Gigg, Martyn Anthony's avatar
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      Add executable launcher for workbench on windows/macOS · 29873d2e
      Martyn Gigg authored
      The startup scripts for macOS/Windows are nearly indentical.
      Harmonising them lowers the maintenance burden. To be portable
      a simple executable has been created that performs the tasks
      of the old launch scripts.
      
      On Windows this has the advantage of removing the .exe that
      was 'compiled' by powershell and flagged as a virus by some
      scanners such as McAfee. It also removes any requirement for
      the .NET framework to be available.
      
      The error reporter code has been moved to mantidqt and gained
      a main module that can be invoked with -m, thereby greatly
      simplifying finding and starting the dialog.
      29873d2e
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    • Dimitar Tasev's avatar
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    • Dimitar Tasev's avatar
      Workbench is now deployed when Mantid is installed, re #23263 · d172f758
      Dimitar Tasev authored
      Summary of work done in commit:
      - Necessary Workbench DLLs for startup have been added to Mantid's
      deployment
      - launch_workbench startup Python script has been added, with supporting Batch and PowerShell wrapper scripts to use the correct Python from Mantid's Installation
      - The PowerShell startup script is compiled into an EXE during CMake
      Generation, this is done as a step in WindowsNSIS if ENABLE_WORKBENCH
      and PACKAGE_WORKBENCH are set to true, and PowerShell is available. The
      executable is compiled for PowerShell 2.0 and it should be possible to
      run it on every Windows 7 and up.
      - Workbench statup scripts installation has been moved to WindowsNSIS
      - Added placeholder icons for Workbench, used only in the Windows
      installation
      
      Original commit messages:
      
      Added launch_workbench startup script and batch file, re #23263
      
      Added missing DLL and launch_workbench executable, re #23263
      
      Added launch_workbench startup scripts, re #23263
      
      Fixed getting the launch_workbench script's directory, re #23263
      
      Added check for PowerShell, and workbench image holder, re #23263
      
      Polished workbench batch script and Windows CMAKE file, re #23263
      
      Added workbench unstable and nightly placeholder icons, re #23263
      
      Moved workbench Windows install calls to WindowsNSIS, re #23263
      
      PS will launch the error reporter when ExitCode != 0, re #23263
      
      The Workbench PowerShell run script will now check the ExitCode of the
      Workbench process, and run the Error dialog if the ExitCode is not 0
      
      CMake added whitespace on if statements, re #23263
      d172f758
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