Is there a way to reference the latest release on either the tailscale-synology repo or the mips packages?
Would be great if
pkgs.tailscale.com/stable/tailscale_latest_mipsle.tgz > redirected to the newest version (or some other URL was possible).
As well, would it be problematic to have a
latest tag on the tailscale/tailscale-synology repo so one could know you’re getting the most recent version without any logic?
Otherwise, I don’t think this is possible without querying the Github API and then pulling off the first item in the list of releases but I may be incorrect here.
For Synology (which luckily has
wget) this seemed to suffice:
curl -sq "https://api.github.com/repos/tailscale/tailscale-synology/releases/latest" \ | jq -r ".assets | select(.name | contains(\"arm.spk\")) | .browser_download_url" \ | wget -O tailscale.spk -qi -