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Quick Start

GOG GALAXY Pipeline Builder is a command line (CLI) tool recommended for build process automation. It can be used to build and upload a game to the Developer Portal, as well as to download and extract repositories.

Downloading and Installing GOG GALAXY Pipeline Builder

To download the GOG GALAXY Pipeline tools:

  1. Log in to the Developer Portal.

  2. Click GOG GALAXY Components and select Pipeline Builder from the drop-down list:

    Components List

  3. In the Download section near the bottom of the opened GOG GALAXY Pipeline Builder page, you will find three links: for Windows, macOS and Linux. Click the link to download the right version.

    Pipeline Builder Download

    Tip

    If you don’t see Pipeline Builder under GOG GALAXY Components menu in the Developer Portal, it means that you do not currently have access to the GOG GALAXY Pipeline. Please contact your Product Manager for more information.

  4. After downloading the tool, you can use it in Command Line or Terminal (see below).

Using GOG GALAXY Pipeline Builder

After you have downloaded GOG GALAXY Pipeline Builder, you can access it from Command Prompt in Windows, or Terminal in macOS/Linux:

  • Windows Command Prompt

    To open Windows Command Prompt, press Windows+R keys, type cmd and confirm with Enter.

  • macOS Terminal

    To open Terminal.app, press ⌘+Space keys, type terminal and confirm with Enter.

  • Linux Terminal

    To open Terminal, press Super key, type terminal and confirm with Enter.

Syntax for all commands in this document is presented as if they were executed from the GOG GALAXY Pipeline Builder directory. Therefore, please make sure to navigate to the GOG GALAXY Pipeline Builder folder before executing any commands. See the examples below:

  • Windows

    Let’s say you have downloaded GOGGalaxyPipelineBuilder.exe to C:\GalaxyPipeline\. To navigate to that directory, you’ll use the “change directory” command in the command prompt:

    cd C:\GalaxyPipeline\
    
  • macOS

    Let’s say you have downloaded GOGGalaxyPipelineBuilder to ~/Downloads/. To navigate to that directory, you’ll use the “change directory” command in Terminal:

    cd "~/Downloads/"
    

    It’s also good to add executable permissions:

    sudo chmod +x GOGGalaxyPipelineBuilder
    
  • Linux

    Let’s say you have downloaded GOGGalaxyPipelineBuilder to ~/Downloads/. To navigate to that directory, you’ll use the “change directory” command in Terminal:

    cd "~/Downloads/"
    

    It’s also good to add executable permissions:

    sudo chmod +x GOGGalaxyPipelineBuilder