I'm not sure you should skip the uploading.  I'm not sure where typedefs and 
asjs will get its compiler artifacts if they haven't been uploaded.

The output says that it is looking in the following folder for artifacts:

d:\Work\royale-sources\royale-compiler\royale096\sources\royale096\artifacts\archive\target\checkout\release-dir

For me, my temp folder is:

  ~/temp/releasesteps

And the artifacts are in:

  artifacts/archive/target/checkout/release-dir

There seems to be another level in there for you (sources\royale096).

HTH,
-Alex

On 8/13/19, 11:31 AM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com> wrote:

    Sorry about that. I was going trough the steps but I have left steps for
    signing artifacts and uploading them at the end.
    
    When for all 3 repos I had build, comparison and sign in works I tried
    upload it using provided instructions.
    
    If you are not seeing any suspicious in that log I need to understand more
    why actually upload wasn't triggered.
    
    Artifacts were definitely generated correctly.
    
    Thanks,
    Piotr
    
    On Tue, Aug 13, 2019, 5:33 PM Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com.invalid> wrote:
    
    > I'm not sure what warnings you are referring to.
    >
    > If you look at releasesteps.xml, you can see that it is using Maven's
    > wagon:upload goal to upload from a particular folder.  Are there jars in
    > that folder (or its subfolders)?  Examine the output of the previous Ant
    > release steps for step 003 to see if the source package built correctly 
and
    > binary matched.  If the previous steps were successful then the upload
    > should be picking up those artifacts.
    >
    > I'm a bit confused that you got to step 11 according to email but now are
    > saying you never got past step 3.
    >
    > Also, I do not recommend using a temporary folder inside your working
    > copy.  It will be far safer to specify an absolute path to a folder 
outside
    > of your working copy.  Find a good place to add that to the wiki
    > instructions.
    >
    > HTH,
    > -Alex
    >
    > On 8/13/19, 2:02 AM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com> wrote:
    >
    >     Hi Alex,
    >
    >     Thanks for information. I went today trough the steps again. I reached
    >     point where I'm trying to upload artifacts, but script keep saying me
    > that
    >     there is nothing to upload. Is it because of those warnings at the
    >     beginnings ? [1]
    >
    >     [1]
    > 
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    >
    >     Thanks,
    >     Piotr
    >
    >     pon., 12 sie 2019 o 19:31 Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>
    > napisał(a):
    >
    >     > Getting back to this.
    >     >
    >     > You can start a vote on the results.  If we get this process
    > working, it
    >     > should be relatively easy for others to do releases as well so we
    > will
    >     > hopefully do releases more often and it won't matter if someone's
    > recent
    >     > changes made it into the RC or not.
    >     >
    >     > Also, the other committers should be aware that an RC is being
    > created
    >     > because they see the emails being sent by the CI server and ask the
    > RM to
    >     > agree to accept a commit to the release branch instead of the 
develop
    >     > branch.
    >     >
    >     > The only build output I could find on the server for the 7/24 both
    > show
    >     > that the date/time given back in step 009 was invalid.  As you can
    > see from
    >     > the exception, Java is parsing the string and the expectation is
    > that the
    >     > string you enter conforms to the Java format of:
    >     >
    >     > MM/dd/yy HH:mm Z
    >     >
    >     > The documentation for this format is in the Java documentation.  As 
I
    >     > explained in an earlier reply, "Z" stands for timezone and you must
    > supply
    >     > one.  It shouldn't matter which one you supply, I use the one I'm
    > in, but
    >     > again, the whole point of this exercise is to find bugs and improve
    >     > documentation of the process.  In your most recent attempt, you did
    > not
    >     > specify a timezone.  In the one prior, you did not supply a year or
    > a space
    >     > between date and hour.  Please update the documentation or the
    > instructions
    >     > in the Jenkins jobs to make it more clear that you have to be
    > accurate in
    >     > specifying the date.
    >     >
    >     > HTH,
    >     > -Alex
    >     >
    >     > On 7/24/19, 9:01 AM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    > wrote:
    >     >
    >     >     Btw. Once I finish steps - Can I publish artefacts and start RC1
    > vote
    >     > on
    >     >     dev ? Does anything I should know at the end which is not
    > mention ?
    >     >
    >     >
    >     >     śr., 24 lip 2019 o 17:59 Piotr Zarzycki <
    > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     napisał(a):
    >     >
    >     >     > By compare to dypedefs step - do you mean that I should look
    > into
    >     > Jenkins
    >     >     > configuration of that steps or something else ?
    >     >     >
    >     >     > śr., 24 lip 2019 o 17:56 Alex Harui <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>
    >     > napisał(a):
    >     >     >
    >     >     >> Hi Piotr,
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >> You can compare the output from previous builds and also the
    >     > typedefs
    >     >     >> build configuration because both successfully used the date
    >     > format.  The
    >     >     >> Java documentation says that "Z" is for timezone.  It
    > shouldn't
    >     > matter
    >     >     >> which one you use, but in the typedefs you hadn't specified
    > one at
    >     > all.
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >> It looks like in this case extra quotes are wrapped around
    > the date.
    >     >     >> You'll have to compare against the typedefs steps to see why
    > that's
    >     >     >> happening.
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >> HTH,
    >     >     >> -Alex
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >> On 7/24/19, 3:53 AM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <
    > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     > wrote:
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     Hi Alex,
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     I was able to overcome issue with date for typedefs.
    > Instruction
    >     >     >> there is
    >     >     >>     saying:
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     MM/dd/yy HH:mm Z
    >     >     >>     > Where MM/dd/yy is the US-formatted date and HH:MM is a
    > faked
    >     > time to
    >     >     >>     > encode the release version such as:
    >     >     >>     > 2/10/19 9:06 -0800
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     I have typed 7/24/2019 HH (I don't remember what was
    > that) and
    >     > -0800
    >     >     >> - This
    >     >     >>     part I completely do not understand - what is for there
    > minus ?
    >     > Can
    >     >     >> you
    >     >     >>     send exact example of what I should put there ?
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     What's more I have went trough forward and in steps
    > related to
    >     >     >> royale-asjs
    >     >     >>     I see that typing either
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     7/24/19 9:06 -0800 or  just 7/24/19 9:06 causes an
    > exception
    >     > with
    >     >     >> following
    >     >     >>     message:
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     [INFO] COMPC
    >     >     >>     [INFO] Loading configuration:
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
C:\jenkins\workspace\Royale_Release_Step_011\target\checkout\frameworks\themes\Jewel-Dark-NoFlat-Emphasized-Yellow-Theme\target\compile-swf-config.xml
    >     >     >>     [INFO]
    >     >     >>     [INFO] java.text.ParseException: Unparseable date:
    > ""7/24/19
    >     > 9:06""
    >     >     >>     [INFO]      at
    > java.text.DateFormat.parse(DateFormat.java:366)
    >     >     >>     [INFO]      at
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
org.apache.royale.compiler.internal.targets.SWCTarget.processFileEntry(SWCTarget.java:330)
    >     >     >>     [INFO]      at
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
org.apache.royale.compiler.internal.targets.SWCTarget.addFileEntriesToSWC(SWCTarget.java:291)
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     It looks like there are some additional parentheses -
    > Maybe
    >     > it's an
    >     >     >> issue.
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     Thanks,
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     Piotr
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     wt., 23 lip 2019 o 18:56 Alex Harui
    > <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>
    >     >     >> napisał(a):
    >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     > Hi Piotr,
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     > What differences did you see?  I downloaded the two
    > SWCs and
    >     > the
    >     >     >> only
    >     >     >>     > difference I saw was the timestamps in the catalog.xml
    > in the
    >     > SWCs.
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     > The timestamps are set by the SWCDATE parameter in Step
    > 005.
    >     > The
    >     >     >> log
    >     >     >>     > indicates that you did not specify a timezone so maybe
    > that's
    >     > why
    >     >     >> the
    >     >     >>     > timestamps are not matching up.  Please update the
    >     > instructions so
    >     >     >> that
    >     >     >>     > future RMs do not forget to include a timezone.  The
    > example
    >     >     >> pattern that
    >     >     >>     > Jenkins should show should include a timezone.
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     > You will have to remove the tag and revert any commits
    > from
    >     > steps
    >     >     >> 5, 6,
    >     >     >>     > and 7 before re-running step 5.
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     > HTH,
    >     >     >>     > -Alex
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     > On 7/23/19, 6:57 AM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <
    >     > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >> wrote:
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     Hi Alex,
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     Thanks! I have moved forward and in step 7 -
    > related to
    >     >     >> typedefs during
    >     >     >>     >     build on my local machine I got mismatch error [1].
    > What
    >     > could
    >     >     >> actually
    >     >     >>     >     happen? I did compare some files inside those two
    > swc and
    >     > they
    >     >     >> are
    >     >     >>     > indeed
    >     >     >>     >     different - I have used Total Command to compare
    > them.
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     When I'm starting steps related to typedefs - first
    > step
    >     >     >> actually
    >     >     >>     > checkout
    >     >     >>     >     fresh sources ? I'm wondering whether Jenkins
    > checkout
    >     > them
    >     >     >> earlier
    >     >     >>     > when I
    >     >     >>     >     started one of the step before typedefs steps? This
    > those
    >     > 2
    >     >     >> files [2]
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     [1]
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
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    >     >     >>
    >     >
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    >     >     >>     >     Thanks,
    >     >     >>     >     Piotr
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     wt., 23 lip 2019 o 07:31 Alex Harui
    >     > <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>
    >     >     >>     > napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     > Hi Piotr,
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     > The email with the subject "Release Step 003
    > Succeeded"
    >     > says:
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     > 1. If you are releasing the utils jars
    >     > (compiler-jburg-types
    >     >     >> and
    >     >     >>     >     > compiler-build-tools), Run:
    >     >     >>     >     >   ant -f releasesteps.xml Release_Step_003
    > -Dutils=true
    >     >     >>     >     > -Drelease.version=0.9.6
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     > It looks like you are not using the -Dutils=true.
    >     > Please
    >     >     >> improve the
    >     >     >>     >     > email so future RMs will not miss that parameter.
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     > Thanks,
    >     >     >>     >     > -Alex
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     > On 7/22/19, 9:06 AM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <
    >     >     >> piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >>     > wrote:
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     Hi Alex,
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     I have made adjustment to documentation. I'm
    > on
    >     > step 3
    >     >     >> where I
    >     >     >>     > need
    >     >     >>     >     > build
    >     >     >>     >     >     on my end sources. I have run on my PC this:
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     ant -f releasesteps.xml Release_Step_003
    >     >     >> -Drelease.version=0.9.6
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     It downloads sources and maven artifacts, but
    > it
    >     > also
    >     >     >> tried
    >     >     >>     > build them
    >     >     >>     >     >     automatically as I understa. I got error [1]
    > - it
    >     >     >> understandable
    >     >     >>     > cause
    >     >     >>     >     >     there is no 1.0.0 compiler-jburg-types.
    > Should I on
    >     > my
    >     >     >> own build
    >     >     >>     >     >     first compiler-jburg-types with 1.0.0 to have
    > stuff
    >     > in
    >     >     >> local
    >     >     >>     > cache or
    >     >     >>     >     >     should I made something else ?
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     [1]
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
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    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     Thanks,
    >     >     >>     >     >     Piotr
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     sob., 20 lip 2019 o 06:25 Alex Harui
    >     >     >> <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>
    >     >     >>     >     > napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     > Please update the wiki in a way that the
    > next
    >     > person
    >     >     >> will know
    >     >     >>     > which
    >     >     >>     >     > 2FA
    >     >     >>     >     >     > token to use.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     > Thanks,
    >     >     >>     >     >     > -Alex
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     > On 7/19/19, 9:08 AM, "Piotr Zarzycki" <
    >     >     >>     > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >>     >     > wrote:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     So far so good. I'm on a step 3, where
    > I need
    >     > build
    >     >     >>     > artifacts on
    >     >     >>     >     > my
    >     >     >>     >     >     > sight
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     and compare them with what Jenkins
    > produce.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     I will get back to that probably on
    > Monday.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     On Fri, Jul 19, 2019, 1:40 PM Piotr
    > Zarzycki <
    >     >     >>     >     >     > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     wrote:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     > Hi Alex,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     > Thanks it's working. I'm moving
    > forward
    >     > with that
    >     >     >> stuff
    >     >     >>     > let's
    >     >     >>     >     > see
    >     >     >>     >     >     > how far
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     > I go with it.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     > Piotr
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     > pt., 19 lip 2019 o 05:49 Alex Harui
    >     >     >>     > <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>
    >     >     >>     >     >     > napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> I am using the token generated this
    > way:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
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    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> There is no short code from Google
    >     > Authenticator.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> -Alex
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> On 7/18/19, 8:46 AM, "Piotr
    > Zarzycki" <
    >     >     >>     >     > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >>     >     >     > wrote:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     I'm using 2FA authentication,
    > second
    >     > step
    >     >     >> for me is
    >     >     >>     > typing
    >     >     >>     >     >     > short code
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> from
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     Google Authenticator
    > application. Do
    >     > you use
    >     >     >>     > something
    >     >     >>     >     >     > different?
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     czw., 18 lip 2019 o 17:42 Alex
    > Harui
    >     >     >>     >     > <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > I don't think git version
    > matters.
    >     > Are you
    >     >     >> using
    >     >     >>     > your
    >     >     >>     >     > 2fa
    >     >     >>     >     >     > token as
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> the
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > password? It should be a
    > really long
    >     >     >> sequence of
    >     >     >>     >     > characters.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > Get Outlook for Android<
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
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    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    > ________________________________
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > From: Piotr Zarzycki <
    >     >     >> piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > Sent: Thursday, July 18, 2019
    >     > 7:43:44 AM
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > To: dev@royale.apache.org
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > Subject: Re: Discuss of
    > release steps
    >     >     >> preparation
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > Maybe Git just should be
    > updated on
    >     >     >> Machine ? I
    >     >     >>     > see
    >     >     >>     >     > 2.15 and
    >     >     >>     >     >     > there
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> is 2.22
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > already.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > czw., 18 lip 2019 o 16:35 
Piotr
    >     > Zarzycki <
    >     >     >>     >     >     > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > When I do git push - I'm
    > getting
    >     > separate
    >     >     >>     > window with
    >     >     >>     >     > title
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> GitHub Login
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > -
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > where I can enter my
    >     > login/password. I'm
    >     >     >> doing
    >     >     >>     > that
    >     >     >>     >     > and in
    >     >     >>     >     >     > the
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> next step
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > it
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > throws me an error in the
    > console
    >     > - same
    >     >     >> what I
    >     >     >>     > have
    >     >     >>     >     > pasted
    >     >     >>     >     >     > in
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> previous
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > email.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > I'm typing again login and
    > password
    >     >     >> cause It's
    >     >     >>     > asking
    >     >     >>     >     > me as
    >     >     >>     >     >     > you
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> can see
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > in
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > the previous email. In the
    > results
    >     > I get:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > remote: Invalid username or
    >     > password.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > fatal: Authentication failed
    > for '
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
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    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > '
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > Does your steps look the
    > same ?
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > czw., 18 lip 2019 o 16:31
    > Piotr
    >     > Zarzycki
    >     >     >> <
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > > napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >> I did that and I'm getting
    > wrong
    >     >     >> password or
    >     >     >>     > user
    >     >     >>     >     > name, so
    >     >     >>     >     >     > that
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> must be
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >> different case. Let me try
    > now
    >     > again.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >> czw., 18 lip 2019 o 16:21
    > Alex
    >     > Harui
    >     >     >>     >     >     > <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >> napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> It is asking for your
    > GitHub
    >     >     >> username.  Type
    >     >     >>     > it in
    >     >     >>     >     > and hit
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> enter, then
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> it will ask for your
    > GitHub 2FA
    >     >     >> token.  We
    >     >     >>     > don't
    >     >     >>     >     > store our
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> credentials
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > on
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> the machine.   That's why
    > the
    >     >     >> Succeeded email
    >     >     >>     > says
    >     >     >>     >     > you
    >     >     >>     >     >     > will
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> need your
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > GH
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> credentials.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> HTH,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> -Alex
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> On 7/18/19, 7:06 AM, 
"Piotr
    >     > Zarzycki" <
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> wrote:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     In the first step I'm
    > getting
    >     >     >> following
    >     >     >>     > error
    >     >     >>     >     > during
    >     >     >>     >     >     > an
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> attempt of
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> login:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     git push
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     fatal:
    > HttpRequestException
    >     >     >> encountered.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>        An error occurred
    > while
    >     > sending
    >     >     >> the
    >     >     >>     > request.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     Username for '
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
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    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> ':
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     There is being
    > suggestion
    >     > how to
    >     >     >> resolve
    >     >     >>     > it
    >     >     >>     >     > here [1],
    >     >     >>     >     >     > but
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> I'm not
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> sure
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     whether I can do that
    > on
    >     > remote PC
    >     >     >> ?
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     [1]
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
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    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     Thanks,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     Piotr
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     czw., 18 lip 2019 o
    > 15:06
    >     > Piotr
    >     >     >> Zarzycki <
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > Hi Alex,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > I'm getting back to
    > that.
    >     > Again
    >     >     >> some
    >     >     >>     >     > questions:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > I think you will
    > need to
    >     > set up
    >     >     >> your PC
    >     >     >>     > for
    >     >     >>     >     > most,
    >     >     >>     >     >     > if not
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> all, of
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> the steps
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >> in [1] in order to
    >     >     >> compare/verify the
    >     >     >>     > output
    >     >     >>     >     > from
    >     >     >>     >     >     > [2].
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > Above means that I
    > don't
    >     > need to
    >     >     >> setup
    >     >     >>     > my own
    >     >     >>     >     > PC
    >     >     >>     >     >     > fully,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> but just
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> to be
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > able to build
    > project, so
    >     > could
    >     >     >> compare
    >     >     >>     > the
    >     >     >>     >     > results
    >     >     >>     >     >     > of
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> build with
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> what
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > Jenkins produce ?
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > However you are
    > saying
    >     > later
    >     >     >> that you
    >     >     >>     > didn't
    >     >     >>     >     > setup
    >     >     >>     >     >     > step
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> where
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> there is
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > produced
    > dist/release
    >     > folder.
    >     >     >> What I
    >     >     >>     > got
    >     >     >>     >     > when I
    >     >     >>     >     >     > launch
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> each of
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> those
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > step actually at the
    > end ?
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > Before you answer me
    > I will
    >     >     >> study and
    >     >     >>     > launch
    >     >     >>     >     > each
    >     >     >>     >     >     > of step
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> on
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> Jenkins to
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > see what will 
happen.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > Thanks,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > Piotr
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > pon., 8 lip 2019 o
    > 16:59
    >     > Piotr
    >     >     >> Zarzycki
    >     >     >>     > <
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     > napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >> Hi,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >> I'm occupied till
    > at least
    >     >     >> Wednesday
    >     >     >>     > with
    >     >     >>     >     > important
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> task, so I
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> hope to
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >> look into release 
on
    >     > Thursday.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >> Thanks,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >> Piotr
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >> sob., 6 lip 2019 o
    > 17:23
    >     > Alex
    >     >     >> Harui
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> <aha...@adobe.com.invalid>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >> napisał(a):
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> On 7/6/19, 7:22 
AM,
    >     > "Piotr
    >     >     >> Zarzycki" <
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > piotrzarzyck...@gmail.com>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> wrote:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     Hi Alex,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     I finally sat
    > down
    >     > and
    >     >     >> started to
    >     >     >>     > read
    >     >     >>     >     > all
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> instructions
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> [1][2]
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> related to
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     RM job. I feel
    > lost
    >     > with
    >     >     >> that a
    >     >     >>     > bit, so
    >     >     >>     >     > I
    >     >     >>     >     >     > wanted to
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> confirm
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> what I
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> just
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     read - correct
    > me if
    >     > I'm
    >     >     >> wrong
    >     >     >>     > with
    >     >     >>     >     > anything.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     1. First
    > instruction
    >     > [1] is
    >     >     >>     > actually
    >     >     >>     >     > steps
    >     >     >>     >     >     > which I
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> would be
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> doing on
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> my PC,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     but automatic
    > release
    >     >     >> process
    >     >     >>     > actually
    >     >     >>     >     > covers
    >     >     >>     >     >     > it
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> for me.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     2. I still
    > have to
    >     > do at
    >     >     >> least
    >     >     >>     > some of
    >     >     >>     >     > the
    >     >     >>     >     >     > steps
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> from [1],
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> but only
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> to
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     compare/verify
    >     > output from
    >     >     >> [2]
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> I think you will
    > need to
    >     > set
    >     >     >> up your
    >     >     >>     > PC for
    >     >     >>     >     > most,
    >     >     >>     >     >     > if
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> not all,
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > of
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> the
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> steps in [1] in
    > order to
    >     >     >>     > compare/verify the
    >     >     >>     >     >     > output from
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> [2].  I
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> don't know
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> for sure because I
    > did
    >     > not
    >     >     >> want to
    >     >     >>     > take the
    >     >     >>     >     > time
    >     >     >>     >     >     > to try
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> to set
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> up a new
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> PC.  I only had
    > time to
    >     > do the
    >     >     >>     > testing of
    >     >     >>     >     > the
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> compare/verify
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> steps on a
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> Mac.  I want
    > others to
    >     >     >> understand how
    >     >     >>     > this
    >     >     >>     >     > process
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> works and
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > make
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> improvements
    > themselves
    >     > by
    >     >     >> debugging
    >     >     >>     > when
    >     >     >>     >     > things
    >     >     >>     >     >     > don't
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> go
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>> right.  This
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>> should not be
    > something
    >     > that
    >     >     >> only I
    >     >     >>     > know
    >     >     >>     >     > how to
    >     >     >>     >     >     > fix.
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     There is a
    > sentence
    >     > which
    >     >     >> saying:
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     "The released
    >     > artifacts
    >     >     >> should
    >     >     >>     > end up on
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >> dist/release
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>     <
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>     >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     > >>>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>     >     >     >     >>
    >     >     >>     >     >     >
    >     >     >>     >     >
    >     >     >>     >
    >     >     >>
    >     >
    > 
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