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Travis CI integration

Travis CI integration

Introduction

This section describes about using Cutter on Travis CI . Travis CI is a hosted continuous integration service for the open source community.

You can use Travis CI for your open source software. This section only describes about Cutter related configuration. See Travis CI:Documentation about general Travis CI.

Configuration

Travis CI is running on 64-bit Ubuntu 12.04. (See Travis CI: About Travis CI Environment .) You can use apt-line for Ubuntu 12.04 provided by Cutter project to install Cutter on Travis CI.

You can custom build lifecycle by .travis.yml . (See Travis CI: Conifugration your Travis CI build with .travis.yml .) You can use before_install: hook or install: hook.

Configuration for C/C++

You should execute the setup script at install: hook because there is no dominant convention in the community about dependency management, Travis CI skips dependency installation for C/C++ projects. [1]

Add the following install: configuration to .travis.yml :

install:
  - curl --silent --location https://raw.github.com/clear-code/cutter/master/data/travis/setup.sh | sh

With the above configuration, you can use Cutter for your build.


Configuration for other languages

You should execute the setup script at before_install: hook not to override default dependency management rules which depends on each project's language if you are writing language binding for specific C/C++ library and executing its tests by Cutter at your project. [2]

Add the following before_install: configuration to .travis.yml :

before_install:
  - curl --silent --location https://raw.github.com/clear-code/cutter/master/data/travis/setup.sh | sh

With the above configuration, you can use Cutter for your build.

Examples

Here is free software that use Cutter on Travis CI:



[1] Travis CI: Building a C Project 'Dependency Management' or Travis CI: Building a C Project 'Dependency Management' section explains that Travis CI does not install specific dependency installation.

[2] Travis CI: Configuring your Travis CI build with .travis.yml 'Build Lifecycle' section explains that Travis CI executes languange specific dependency installation at install: hook.