any updates on this ? will this be a part of Nov 13 release ?
eagerly waiting for this.
upload artifacts failing for me with this error
``` GitHub.Services.WebApi.VssServiceResponseException: Blob is incomplete (missing block). Blob: 7e859efc54fae91182xxxxxxxxxxxxx, Expected Offset: 0, Actual Offset: xxx405xxx
Now that there is a release date for the General Availability of GitHub Actions, can we expect that caching support will follow soon after that or that it won't be delayed?
I know that on a pure level, a true isolated environment for running tests require not sharing dependencies per build or even per job, but for private projects it would be a shame to waste billable minutes for the hosted runner minutes on repeatedly downloading the same files over and over again.
The cache limit is for the compressed tar.gz, so for example a 766 MB node_modules caches fine.
Doesn't work for us, uncompressed is 587M:
##[warning]Cache size of 235598459 bytes is over the 200MB limit, not saving cache
We do multi-platform C++ builds that depend on Qt and a variety of other packages fetched via vcpkg. The windows dependencies alone are over 5 GB. Adding Android and Mac builds on top of that means that the 2 GB per repository limit is completely useless for us.