You can clone with
HTTPS or Subversion.
Test with ruby 2.2.0 in Travis
Also update ruby 2.1 to latest release.
Ignore rbx failures on Travis
These appear to be due to rbx bugs, not bugs in Sequel (e.g.
<NoMethodError: undefined method `ascii_compatible?' on nil:NilClass.>)
Start testing ruby 2.1.0 and rbx-2 on travis
Switch Travis configuration
Start testing on ruby 2.0, drop support for testing jruby-head,
ruby-head, and ree, remove allowed failures.
Ignore ruby-head failures on Travis
Currently it's failing to install mysql2, and that's obviously
not a bug in Sequel.
Allow failures for jruby-head on TravisCI
It's currently failing due to internal issues that appear unrelated
Allow TravisCI failures on jruby and rbx 1.9 mode
JRuby 1.6 ruby 1.9 mode has a bug with fractional second
handling that I've already worked around in one place, and
don't feel like fixing in the spec. rbx 1.9 mode has a
bug in Date#strptime.
Fix typo in travis PostgreSQL database name
Start running SQLite/PostgreSQL/MySQL adapter tests on TravisCI
These are the most common adapters, so I think it makes sense to
test them on TravisCI for additional assurance.
Use TravisCI to test plugin specs as well as core/model specs
While here, rename the Gemfile to be clear that it is only
used for TravisCI.
test travis integration