Good vs. Evil

lenscas

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7 I may not have been able to do as much on arena_keeper as I wanted today but, assuming I didn't mess up then now every time I push to the master branch github should automatically make a new build and publish it to the gh-pages branch. (Meaning that https://lenscas.github.io/arena_keeper_quick/ will always be up to date)
 

lenscas

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7 and it worked.
Also, someone made an action to build and publish releases, so when I have a bit more time I may play with that a bit. Especially now that arena_keeper has some basic mod/resource pack functionality, doing pre build packages for the web only seems like a waste. Especially considering that I can automate that process.

The configuration that I used : https://github.com/lenscas/arena_keeper_quick/blob/master/.github/workflows/auto-deploy.yml
And the job it is currently doing now that I merged it : https://github.com/lenscas/arena_ke...abcf9a634d668/checks?check_suite_id=273127035

Also, I should update my signature to remove the (not always up to date) part....
 

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6 Well, I just used an automation tool to do some of my homework. It was a gross circuit, with 8 MOSFETs, and I didn't want to try to manually solve for gain, so I just built it in PSpice and had it solve it for me. The prof mentioned that a spice simulation wasn't required, but might be helpful, so I'm hoping it's fine. I put screenshots of the circuit and the voltage output traces in the assignment, as well as "PSpice solved", so they know how it was done.
 

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50. You did. And yeah I was helping demonstrate the practical; so assisting students during it. The person nominally running it has never done it before so myself and a colleague were also effectively running the practical too.