wercker ci should have most of testing launches on real code to shorten time of Travis execution #3798

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romani commented Feb 4, 2017

wercker CI become quick in executions (as it share the same running instance and launches are sequential, so caching of checkstyle build helps a lot) - 7 min for all launches.
Travis CI is slow and takes about 30min.

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  • move all NoExceptiontest and NoErrorTest to wercker.

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all except for "NoExceptionTest - Guava with google_checks" are moved to Wercker, it takes him 18min to process tasks. This is still better than all on Travis. Now travis executes in 18min without MacOS. MacOS builds are always slow in general queue.

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romani commented Feb 10, 2017

all except for "NoExceptionTest - Guava with google_checks" are moved to Wercker, it takes him 18min to process tasks. This is still better than all on Travis. Now travis executes in 18min without MacOS. MacOS builds are always slow in general queue.

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