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TST: Make Travis provide verbose test outputs. #473

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Garyfallidis commented Nov 21, 2014

I wonder with Python 3 takes so much longer to run for Travis.

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arokem commented Nov 21, 2014

We should keep an eye on that. If running the tests on python3 is systematically slower, that might be an indication that we're suffering from some performance regression moving forward. We don't want that!

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Merge pull request #473 from arokem/verbose-travis
TST: Make Travis provide verbose test outputs.

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matthew-brett commented Nov 22, 2014

Might want to bear in mind that for Python 3 we have to compile cvxopt, but for Python 2 we can apt-get it.

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arokem commented Nov 22, 2014

Good point. Maybe python3 doesn't suck after all :-)

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arokem commented Nov 23, 2014

BTW - holy cow - Travis runs so much faster with the new config!

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Good point. Maybe python3 doesn't suck after all :-)

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