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add Travis CI configuration for unittests #486

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MartinNowak commented Jan 31, 2014

  • as intermediate solution until a CI is running
  • this will help to avoid breaking master

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Does this also enable the github integration (build status)? That would definitely be nice and a good addition to the full CI that I'll be (finally!) setting up this week end.

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s-ludwig commented Feb 1, 2014

Does this also enable the github integration (build status)? That would definitely be nice and a good addition to the full CI that I'll be (finally!) setting up this week end.

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Merge pull request #486 from MartinNowak/travisCI
add Travis CI configuration for unittests

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Does this also enable the github integration (build status)? That would definitely be nice and a good addition to the full CI that I'll be (finally!) setting up this week end.

Yep it does, even for pull requests.
First you need to enable the repo for testing though.
https://travis-ci.org/rejectedsoftware/vibe.d

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MartinNowak commented Feb 1, 2014

Does this also enable the github integration (build status)? That would definitely be nice and a good addition to the full CI that I'll be (finally!) setting up this week end.

Yep it does, even for pull requests.
First you need to enable the repo for testing though.
https://travis-ci.org/rejectedsoftware/vibe.d

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