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patch 8.0.0363: Travis is too slow to keep up with patches

Problem:    Travis is too slow to keep up with patches.
Solution:   Increase git depth to 20
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brammool committed Feb 23, 2017
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  2. +2 −0 src/version.c
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@@ -25,7 +25,7 @@ env:
sudo: false
git:
- depth: 10
+ depth: 20

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justinmk Feb 25, 2017

The amount of time saved by specifying a depth less than 50 (which is the default used by travis) is negligible. In most cases it amounts to a few KB or less. This depth setting should just be removed.

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justinmk Feb 25, 2017

The amount of time saved by specifying a depth less than 50 (which is the default used by travis) is negligible. In most cases it amounts to a few KB or less. This depth setting should just be removed.

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That was exactly my thought, when I saw that patch.

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That was exactly my thought, when I saw that patch.

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# instead of a 2*2*8 matrix (2*os + 2*compiler + 8*env),
# exclude some builds on mac os x and linux
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@@ -764,6 +764,8 @@ static char *(features[]) =
static int included_patches[] =
{ /* Add new patch number below this line */
+/**/
+ 363,
/**/
362,
/**/

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