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florianschmidt1994 commented Apr 14, 2017

Hey Guys,
I see an IllegalStateException when running one particular test.

What steps will reproduce the problem?
The following code fails each time it is run


package backend.model.posting

import backend.controller.exceptions.ConflictException
import backend.model.location.Location
import backend.model.user.UserAccount
import org.junit.Before
import org.
nohwnd commented Jul 2, 2019

It would be nice to start building Pester on PowerShell 7 as well to see if it is compatible and keep it that way. To achieve that we need to research on which build servers v7 is already available. Right now we are building on TravisCI (Linux and MacOS), on AppVeyor (PowerShell 4+) and AzureDevOps (PowerShell 2&3).

Not sure if the build task needs to run on all three platforms, but it would be

zvirja commented May 9, 2019

The issue is based on the discussion in #559.


should we probably modify CI so that doc is published automatically on push to master? This way if we don't want doc to be released right now - just keep it in a branch. Otherwise, we have this non-synchronized docs and manual work.. 😟


I'm not sure what to do about publishing docs. It would be nice to auto-publish,

jchitel commented Sep 15, 2020

Today, my project's build failed in CI because of a problem downloading the cuckoo_generator executable in the run script. I'm not sure what the actual issue was (there was an issue extracting the URL from the GH API response), but it started working again by itself sometime later, so I'm assuming that it was a GH blip.

I find it a little strange that the SPM installation for Cuckoo depends

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