Serves two purposes:
- serve assets on http://assets.travis-ci.org in production
- act as a Rails engine in development mode so that assets are directly served from the travis-ci Rails app
When you're working on travis-ci locally and want to see your asset
modifications immediately on your locally running version, in your local travis-ci's
Gemfile change the
git to your local checkout, like so:
#gem 'travis-assets', git: 'https://github.com/travis-ci/travis-assets', require: 'travis/assets/railtie' gem 'travis-assets', path: '../travis-assets', require: 'travis/assets/railtie'
bundle travis-ci and in travis-assets, run
bundle exec guard. This will recompile your assets whenever you
modify something, and your running instance of travis-ci should pick them up automatically.
Integration tests are implemented using Jasmine and can be run in the browser.
To run the whole test suite, simply do:
$ bundle install # Only needed on the first run $ bundle exec rake jasmine:ci