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add Rails 4.2 (beta4) to build
Revert "add Rails 4.2.0.beta1 to build for master"
This reverts commit c17d247.
add Rails 4.2.0.beta1 to build for master
cherry-picked from 3.0-stable
Try Ruby 2.1 instead of 2.1.0 or 2.1.1
This was suggested due to a bug in travis-ci/travis-ci#2220
we seem to need bundler exec to run in Travis now
Exclude Ruby 2.1 from allowed build failures
add language key to .travis.yml
simplify build matrix, i think we can allow failures this way
Merge pull request #950 from justinfrench/drop-rails-30-and-31
Drop support for Rails < 3.2.13
Merge branch 'master' into require-ruby-193
Merge branch 'master' into drop-rails-30-and-31
Merge pull request #982 from salimane/pr_ruby_2_1_0
Add Ruby 2.1.0 to .travis.yml build matrix as "allowed to fail"
add Rails 4.0.4 to the Travis build matrix
drop 3.0 and 3.1 from .travis.yml
drop 1.8.7, ree and 1.9.2 from travis
make rails 4 required build, edge failable
RAILS_EDGE=true is not a separate part of the CI matrix
skip Rails 4 tests locally unless RAILS_4=true, let CI catch them for…
Remove coverage requirement for 1.9.2 & 1.9.3, add back to Travis.
RCov support for 1.9.x is "not accurate", so there's no point right now.
remove failing rubies from travil.yml -- you can have them back when …
…you make them pass on your local machines (1.9.x is just a coverage issue)
remove all the rubies from .travis.yml -- let's try to get one workin…
…g first eh?
set DEFER_GC=false env for Travis CI
Remove the email addresses from .travis.yml
The defaults offered by the service are fine.