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Use Travis containers when running CI jobs #124

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paultcochrane commented Aug 8, 2015

The Travis jobs currently run on legacy infrastructure, which is not
container-based and not what Travis-CI recommends for use anymore. For
projects not requiring sudo access, then the container infrastructure
should be used. This is achieved by setting sudo: false in the
.travis.yml file.

Use Travis containers when running CI jobs
The Travis jobs currently run on legacy infrastructure, which is not
container-based and not what Travis-CI recommends for use anymore.  For
projects not requiring `sudo` access, then the container infrastructure
should be used.  This is achieved by setting `sudo: false` in the
`.travis.yml` file.
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racke commented Aug 10, 2015

Thanks!

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Merge pull request #124 from paultcochrane/pr/use-travis-containers
Use Travis containers when running CI jobs

@racke racke merged commit 8f76372 into racke:master Aug 10, 2015

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