NATIVE R SUPPORT IN TRAVIS IS LIVE!
We've finally merged support based on this repo into Travis-CI, so you can simply use
language: r to test your R packages!
- New users should check out the official Travis-CI R docs
- Existing users should check out the porting guide.
Setting up r-travis
This package has a simple shell script for use in running R package builds on
travis, along with a sample
.travis.yml file. One
should be able to set up travis for their own project by:
.travis.ymlin your project.
.travis.ymlin your project will passively check reverse dependencies.
.travis.ymlto list any packages that must be installed from github (instead of CRAN).
- Turn on travis for your project. (Note that in some cases, it may take time for travis to start watching your repo.)
- Add a
travis "build status" shield
See the wiki for more extensive documentation and examples.
Linux or OS X builds
By default, builds are done on Linux. That is enabled by choosing
language: c in the .travis.yml file. Builds on OS X can be enabled by
language: objective-c. See the comments in
Currently, Travis-CI does not support builds that loop over platforms (such as Linux and OS X) in one build.
My plan is to ultimately merge this into travis as a first-class citizen, so
that the simplest config would simply say
language: R. However, I'm using
this repo as a staging ground to make sure I have the kinks worked out first.
The end goal would be for the
.travis.yml for an R project to be something
as simple as
language: r github_packages: - assertthat - devtools