Travis CI - Continuous Integration Testing Server
pjmlp at progtools.org
Thu Oct 25 14:35:40 PDT 2012
On Thursday, 25 October 2012 at 19:10:39 UTC, Jacob Carlborg
> I've recently got some experience of a project called Travis
> CI. As the title says it's a CI, Continuous Integration testing
> server for open source projects. They host all the building and
> testing, you just add a YAML configuration file and a github
> hook and then it can build and run your tests. It can also test
> pull requests.
> We already have somewhat similar setup for DMD and Phobos
> including pull requests. But this would be for everyone. I
> think it would be great if this was something that people start
> to use for their projects in the D community.
> This Travis started out as a build server for Ruby, where it's
> wildly used. Ruby on Rails among other projects are using it.
> It also supports other languages like C, C++, Scala, Go and
> many others. The only problem is that it doesn't support D and
> it only supports Linux. I already created an issue for adding
> support for D :
> Unfortunately I haven't got any answers yet. Maybe we can push
> this somehow.
> There's also an issue about supporting Windows and Mac OS X. It
> seems something might happen in this area pretty soon:
Personally I would rather use Jenkins as it is much more mature.
Actually, maybe I should look into how to do a D CI system with
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