AppImage builds for Beast (and codechecks follow up)

In the last few days, I've extended the Beast travis-ci setup so each new push
to the Github repository will:

a) Build a Beast AppImage package, uploaded and available here:

b) Run cppcheck, clang-tidy and scan-build, the reports are uploaded here:

A Beast AppImage is a portable Linux program version that can be run from any
location, e.g. CD drive, USB sticks, local drives or network shares.

All resource files, library dependencies and supplemental files that may not be
present on an enduser system are bundled in the AppImage to produce a standalone
executable that can be run on all popular Linux distros.

To run an AppImage from the GUI, right-click on the AppImage in your file
manager, select the 'Properties' dialog, navigate to the 'Permissions' settings
and make the AppImage executable as a program.
This usually involves activating an "Executable" or "Run as Program" setting.

Once it is executable, double-click on the Beast AppImage file to run it.

Yours sincerely,
Tim Janik
Free software author.

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