Let Travis CI use the Ant target "test" #172

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xabolcs opened this Issue Apr 28, 2013 · 3 comments

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xabolcs commented Apr 28, 2013

While hacking around the failonerror pull, I noticed, that Travis didn't use the build.xml,
it built the extension manually.

It would be nice, if Travis will use Ant to build, test, ... the extension.

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xabolcs commented Apr 28, 2013

Ant targets was added in #108, TravisCI was configured by #69.

The referenced Travis build is 6703134.

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xabolcs commented Apr 28, 2013

If you aren't going to wontfix this, then I'd like to "take" it.

@xabolcs xabolcs added a commit to xabolcs/memchaser that referenced this issue Apr 28, 2013
@xabolcs xabolcs Issue #172 - work in progress, modified .travis.yml aa4459d
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whimboo commented May 3, 2013

Sure, that sounds like a perfect thing to have. We should get this fixed.

@xabolcs xabolcs added a commit to xabolcs/memchaser that referenced this issue May 8, 2013
@xabolcs xabolcs Issue #172 - git submodule update --init is automagically done f184b33
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@xabolcs xabolcs Issue #172 - addressing comments:
- no de js
- no git submodule
- install task
- script task
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@xabolcs xabolcs Issue #172 - git again 7870af6
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@xabolcs xabolcs Simplify .travis.yml (#172) eccd205
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