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Add Travis CI build and status badge #11

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joeyates commented Sep 23, 2015

I like this xmerl wrapper more the the others which are available for Elixir.

The Travis URLs point to awetzel/sweet_xml, so builds would need to be activated under https://travis-ci.org/awetzel

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I have this same feeling. Nice job, @joeyates

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viniciussbs commented Sep 23, 2015

I have this same feeling. Nice job, @joeyates

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Merge pull request #11 from joeyates/fetaure/travis-ci
Add Travis CI build and status badge

@awetzel awetzel merged commit 0ecb544 into kbrw:master Oct 11, 2015

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Thank you very much, yes it is useful

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awetzel commented Oct 11, 2015

Thank you very much, yes it is useful

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Please activate sweet_xml on Travis CI.

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joeyates commented Oct 11, 2015

Please activate sweet_xml on Travis CI.

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