I’m trying to set up a build workflow for that produces several artifacts via a script. I’ve got as far as successfully running the build scripts via the workflow, which the logs indicate are producing the artifacts as expected, but I don’t see the artifact menu as described in https://help.github.com/en/articles/managing-a-workflow-run#downloading-logs-and-artifacts. Do I have to explicitly mark the files to be archived somehow?
I think to make artifacts show up there you can use GitHub’s upload-artifact action: https://github.community/t5/GitHub-Actions/Caching-files-between-GitHub-Action-executions/m-p/30172/highlight/true#M130
This is the actual upload-artifact action repo: https://github.com/actions/upload-artifact
Is there a way to manually upload an artifact, without using GitHub’s upload-artifact action? Our organization has enabled the “Enable local actions only” restriction so we’re unable to use actions outside of our own repository.
Isn’t the action open source? In which case, your organisation can simply fork to fix this issue?