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arirawr committed Sep 17, 2019
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We mainly use Travis CI for all of our public code, but the general steps here would apply to
whatever CI a repo decides to use.

It's recommended you use our [Rust Template](https://github.com/EmbarkStudios/template-rust) when
It's recommended you use our [Open Source Template](https://github.com/EmbarkStudios/opensource-template) when
creating a new Rust Github repo, this already contains some basic CI templates and scripts to
bootstrap your.
bootstrap your setup.

If you don't use the Rust Template, you can copy one of our existing repos that most closely matches
If you don't use the template, you can copy one of our existing repos that most closely matches
your new repo.

* library crate - [tame-oauth](https://github.com/EmbarkStudios/tame-oauth/blob/master/.travis.yml)
* binary crate - [cargo-deny](https://github.com/EmbarkStudios/cargo-deny/blob/master/.travis.yml)

The rest of this guide assumes you are using the CI setup from the Rust Template.
The rest of this guide assumes you are using the CI setup from the Open Source Template.

1. Rename `not.travis.yml` to `.travis.yml`. We don't actually run real CI on our template repo!
1. Rename `rust.travis.yml` to `.travis.yml`. We don't actually run real CI on our template repo!
1. Add/remove steps as makes sense for the project
* As noted in our [guidelines](https://github.com/EmbarkStudios/rust-ecosystem/blob/master/guidelines.md#001---run-rustfmt-on-save), we expect all our code to follow default rustfmt, and not have clippy
warnings, so have at least 1 lint step that checks these on the `stable` channel, and it's recommended

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