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Travis-CI support for Erlang is live. You can use this .travis.yml and add Mochiweb to http://travis-ci.org (for docs about this process, see http://about.travis-ci.org/docs/user/getting-started/). An example build output can be found here: http://travis-ci.org/#!/wardbekker/mochiweb/builds/83530
Let me know if you have any questions.
added travis config
Merge pull request #56 from wardbekker/master
Travis-CI support added
Great! Don't forget to Sign in with Github OAuth and give Travis access to the service hooks of mochiweb, see: http://about.travis-ci.org/docs/user/getting-started/ Otherwise it won't show up on travis-ci.org
I don't think it will work, because mochiweb is in an organization not in my account. It does not show up on my http://travis-ci.org/profile
Ahhhhhh, yes, we need to make that more clear.
If you go to your Travis profile, copy your token, go to the mochiweb project on GitHub, go admin, service hooks, Travis, add your GitHub handle and token, hit save, then go back to Travis and click 'test hook' you should be good to go.
Sorry that this is a hassle, we will look into making that easier.
Looks like maybe it worked: http://travis-ci.org/#!/mochi/mochiweb
great! congrats, mochiweb is now the first Erlang project on travis-ci! What other erlang/otp releases would you want to test against?
We only care about R14B0 but we will care about R15 when it's available.