Join GitHub today
GitHub is home to over 20 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together.
Cooking Windows (messily) #325
This PR contains a quick-and-dirty recipe for creating a standard worker on Windows. It meets most of the requirements of travis-ci/travis-ci#2379. See #324 for a test suite to verify these recipes... and to allow us to refactor towards a cleaner approach in the future.
The things that make this quick and dirty are:
Things that work well:
Here's the current Berksfile, since it's not shown in the PR:
source "https://api.berkshelf.com" cookbook 'travis_build_environment', path: 'ci_environment/travis_build_environment' # Unpublished dependencies of travis_build_environment which api.berkshelf.com won't find cookbook 'unarchivers', path: 'ci_environment/unarchivers'
One option, if it's necessary to keep the split between