This sounds a bit daft, but is there a way to link to the latest release of a project on Gitlab.com?
“all” I’m after is a URL I can share, or put on my personal/company website that says “click here to download the latest release”, and for that to cause my browser to download, well, the latest release (not a previous one). Is it possible?
I’m aware that a release may be made of many files, not least a .zip, .tar.gz, .tar.bz2, .tar etc. I’m assuming the link would be to only one of these format - eg. “click here to download latest” actually downloads the .zip file.
I’m also aware that CI may have created artifacts - I believe there’s a solution for those. I’m really after the “releases” - ie. Go to Project home page -> Click “Releases” in the “Project Overview” section of the left hand sidebar.
Any thoughts or help would be much appreciated - As much as I’ve tried to understand the issues tickets, I can’t see if something’s actually made it into the public site or not, much less what it might actually be.