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# After changing this file, check it on:
# http://lint.travis-ci.org/
language: python
python:
- 2.5
- 2.6
- 2.7
- 3.2
- 3.3
env:
# Hack:
#
# We want to test from Python 2.4 to Python 3.2
# but Travis doesn't support python 2.4, and never will:
# https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-ci/issues/485
#
# So what we do is add TEST_PY24=true to the build matrix, and then for that one
# version we don't actually use the system python, but instead build 2.4 and
# use it.
#
- TEST_PY24=""
matrix:
include:
- python: 2.7
env: NPY_SEPARATE_COMPILATION=1
- python: 3.2
env: NPY_SEPARATE_COMPILATION=1
before_install:
- mkdir builds
- pushd builds
# This has to be on a single "virtual line" because of how Travis
# munges each line before executing it to print out the exit status.
# It's okay for it to be on multiple physical lines, so long as you remember:
# - There can't be any leading "-"s
# - All newlines will be removed, so use ";"s
- if [ "${TEST_PY24}" == "true" ]; then
deactivate;
../.travis-make-py24-virtualenv.sh $PWD/py24-ve;
source $PWD/py24-ve/bin/activate;
fi
- pip install nose
# pip install coverage
- python -V
- popd
install:
# We used to use 'setup.py install' here, but that has the terrible
# behaviour that if a copy of the package is already installed in
# the install location, then the new copy just gets dropped on top
# of it. Travis typically has a stable numpy release pre-installed,
# and if we don't remove it, then we can accidentally end up
# e.g. running old test modules that were in the stable release but
# have been removed from master. (See gh-2765, gh-2768.) Using 'pip
# install' also has the advantage that it tests that numpy is 'pip
# install' compatible, see e.g. gh-2766...
- pip install .
script:
# We change directories to make sure that python won't find the copy
# of numpy in the source directory.
- mkdir empty
- cd empty
- INSTALLDIR=$(python -c "import os; import numpy; print(os.path.dirname(numpy.__file__))")
- export PYTHONWARNINGS=default
- python ../tools/test-installed-numpy.py
# - coverage run --source=$INSTALLDIR --rcfile=../.coveragerc $(which python) ../tools/test-installed-numpy.py
# - coverage report --rcfile=../.coveragerc --show-missing
notifications:
# Perhaps we should have status emails sent to the mailing list, but
# let's wait to see what people think before turning that on.
email: false
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