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build and run server on travis-ci #342

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erikvold opened this issue Apr 25, 2015 · 4 comments
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build and run server on travis-ci #342

erikvold opened this issue Apr 25, 2015 · 4 comments
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@erikvold erikvold commented Apr 25, 2015

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@erikvold erikvold commented Apr 25, 2015

with the server part built and running we can then run tests against it on travis, and run add-on tests against it on travis..

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@ianb ianb commented Aug 19, 2015

We are now building the server on Travis, but leaving open for us to do actual tests of the server.

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@pdehaan pdehaan commented Mar 9, 2017

Per #2201/#2268, we added Circle-CI integration. Not sure if we still need this issue, or if this issue should be repurposed to run unit/smoke tests on Circle, and we file a new issue to remove Travis support since we don't need dueling CI services.

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@ianb ianb commented Mar 22, 2017

Per #2355 we're turning Travis off

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