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README.md

Travis Bundle Cache

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The primary purpose of this gem is to make this easier and slightly more maintainable.

This gem loads, builds, and saves a cache of your bundled gems on S3 by ONLY modifying your project's .travis.yml file.

What you will need:

  • A project on Travis CI
  • An AWS account
  • A "bundle install" that takes longer than "gem install nokogiri"

Usage

  1. Set up a bucket on S3 in the US Standard region (us-east-1) (and possibly a new user via IAM)

  2. Setup your .travis.yml to include the following (NOTE: this must be done before the next steps)

    env:
      global:
      - BUNDLE_ARCHIVE="your-bundle-name" # Default: "owner_name-repo_name"
      - AWS_S3_REGION="us-east-1"         # Default: "us-east-1" (recommended)
      - AWS_S3_BUCKET="your-bucket-name"
    
    before_install:
    - 'echo ''gem: --no-ri --no-rdoc'' > ~/.gemrc'
    # Better security (If only we could get Amazon to sign their gem)
    - wget https://raw.github.com/collectiveidea/travis_bundle_cache/4753620b8f2bcfd0c5af85ccd68888c1f593a023/gem-public_cert.pem
    - gem cert --add gem-public_cert.pem
    - gem install aws-sdk
    - gem install travis_bundle_cache -P HighSecurity
    # Low security option
    # - gem install travis_bundle_cache
    
    install: travis_bundle_install
    
    before_script:
    - "travis_bundle_cache > ~/travis_bundle_cache.log &"
    
    after_script:
    - wait && cat ~/travis_bundle_cache.log
  3. Install the travis gem (not the travis_bundle_cache gem)

    gem install travis
  4. Log into Travis (from inside your project respository directory)

    travis login --auto
  5. Encrypt your S3 credentials (be sure to add your actual credentials inside the double quotes)

    travis encrypt AWS_S3_KEY="" AWS_S3_SECRET="" --add

Enjoy faster builds

Contributions

TravisBundleCache is open source and contributions from the community are encouraged! No contribution is too small. Please consider:

  • adding an awesome feature
  • fixing a terrible bug
  • updating documentation
  • fixing a not-so-bad bug
  • fixing typos

For the best chance of having your changes merged, please:

  1. Ask us! We'd love to hear what you're up to.
  2. Fork the project.
  3. Commit your changes and tests (if applicable (they're applicable)).
  4. Submit a pull request with a thorough explanation and at least one animated GIF.

Thanks

Most of the credit for this gem goes to Random Errata and this blog post