Travis CI - Continuous Integration Testing Server
jens.k.mueller at gmx.de
Fri Oct 26 01:14:15 PDT 2012
Jacob Carlborg wrote:
> On 2012-10-25 23:47, Jens Mueller wrote:
> >I've been using cloudbees.com which offers a similar service based on
> >Since Jenkins supports shell scripts to drive the build it was fairly
> >easy to support D (see https://gluey.ci.cloudbees.com/job/ddl/).
> Travis supports "make" and it probably supports shell scripts as
> well. But what about installed software?
With Jenkins you can run any shell script. So I wrote a shell script
that downloads and install dmd and continue. Probably that can be
simplified using dvm.
> >You can add your own systems for executing the builds (but I have never
> >done this myself).
> >I'm not sure whether pull requests are supported.
> >They have reduced prices for FOSS projects.
> >It's very nice to have automated and tested builds for free.
> Yeah, as I replied to another post:
> What I like about Travis is that they will host the builds/tests and
> do it for free. I think that's a huge difference and lowers the
> barrier to start with CI testing.
It is. It's amazing how much you can automate these days for free.
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