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# We set the language to c because python isn't supported on the MacOS X nodes
# on Travis. However, the language ends up being irrelevant anyway, since we
# install Python ourselves using conda.
language: c
os:
- linux
# Setting sudo to false opts in to Travis-CI container-based builds.
sudo: false
# The apt packages below are needed for sphinx builds. A full list of packages
# that can be included can be found here:
#
# https://github.com/travis-ci/apt-package-whitelist/blob/master/ubuntu-precise
addons:
apt:
packages:
- graphviz
- texlive-latex-extra
- dvipng
env:
global:
# The following versions are the 'default' for tests, unless
# overridden underneath. They are defined here in order to save having
# to repeat them for all configurations.
- PYTHON_VERSION=3.6
- NUMPY_VERSION=stable
- ASTROPY_VERSION=stable
- MAIN_CMD='python setup.py'
- SETUP_CMD='test -V'
- CONDA_CHANNELS='astropy astropy-ci-extras conda-forge'
- CONDA_DEPENDENCIES='matplotlib numpy scipy sphinx-automodapi numpydoc pytest'
- EVENT_TYPE='pull_request push'
- ASTROPY_USE_SYSTEM_PYTEST=1
matrix:
# Make sure that egg_info works without dependencies
- PYTHON_VERSION=2.7 SETUP_CMD='egg_info'
- PYTHON_VERSION=3.6 SETUP_CMD='egg_info'
matrix:
# Don't wait for allowed failures
fast_finish: true
include:
# Try MacOS X
#- os: osx
# env: SETUP_CMD='test -V'
- os: linux
env: SETUP_CMD='test -V'
# Check for sphinx doc build warnings - we do this first because it
# may run for a long time
#- os: linux
# env: SETUP_CMD='build_docs -w'
# Now try Astropy dev with the latest Python and LTS with Python 2.7 and 3.x.
#- os: linux
# env: ASTROPY_VERSION=development
# EVENT_TYPE='pull_request push cron'
- os: linux
env: PYTHON_VERSION=2.7 ASTROPY_VERSION=lts
allow_failures:
# Do a PEP8 test with pycodestyle
# (allow to fail unless your code completely compliant)
- os: linux
env: MAIN_CMD='pycodestyle aesop --count' SETUP_CMD=''
install:
# We now use the ci-helpers package to set up our testing environment.
# This is done by using Miniconda and then using conda and pip to install
# dependencies. Which dependencies are installed using conda and pip is
# determined by the CONDA_DEPENDENCIES and PIP_DEPENDENCIES variables,
# which should be space-delimited lists of package names. See the README
# in https://github.com/astropy/ci-helpers for information about the full
# list of environment variables that can be used to customize your
# environment. In some cases, ci-helpers may not offer enough flexibility
# in how to install a package, in which case you can have additional
# commands in the install: section below.
- git clone --depth 1 git://github.com/astropy/ci-helpers.git
- source ci-helpers/travis/setup_conda.sh
# As described above, using ci-helpers, you should be able to set up an
# environment with dependencies installed using conda and pip, but in some
# cases this may not provide enough flexibility in how to install a
# specific dependency (and it will not be able to install non-Python
# dependencies). Therefore, you can also include commands below (as
# well as at the start of the install section or in the before_install
# section if they are needed before setting up conda) to install any
# other dependencies.
script:
- $MAIN_CMD $SETUP_CMD
after_success:
# If coveralls.io is set up for this package, uncomment the line below.
# The coveragerc file may be customized as needed for your package.
# - if [[ $SETUP_CMD == *coverage* ]]; then coveralls --rcfile='aesop/tests/coveragerc'; fi