Any interest in running Travis CI on tox? Here's how I did it...

Issue #69 on hold
Marc Abramowitz created an issue

Not sure if this is useful or interesting, but here's a Travis CI build of tox — https://travis-ci.org/msabramo/tox/builds/3348092

I made a GitHub mirror of the tox Bitbucket repo (and had to make a few little hacks) to get all of the tests to pass

Mirror is at https://github.com/msabramo/tox; to create the GitHub mirror from the Bitbucket repo, I followed http://wiki.ddenis.com/index.php?title=Sync_BitBucket_and_GitHub

Comments (8)

  1. Holger Krekel repo owner

    In principle, i have interest, yes. I think we would need to automate the updating of the GIT repo. Question is if we could do this bi-directionally? Anyway, Once Ronny has completed his thesis (in a few weeks), he can maybe help. He did the pypy svn2hg conversion and knows much more regarding VCS than me.

  2. Marc Abramowitz reporter

    I haven't tried this yet, but I found:

    http://morgangoose.com/blog/2010/09/29/github-and-bitbucket-hooks/

    This sets up hg so that a push to BitBucket also pushes to GitHub and vice-versa. But this has to be set up on the client machine of everyone that has push access. And it doesn't help if you push to GitHub with git rather than hg. So a server-side solution would be nicer - maybe Ronny knows if there's something like that.

  3. Ronny Pfannschmidt

    personally i would avoid putting mirrors on github, its messy to ensure people dont missuse them

    i got a ci server in my pipeline already, i would probably go fot that one then

  4. Marc Abramowitz reporter

    Cool, Ronny. What kind of CI server? Let me know if you need some help testing or whatever. Hpk mentioned you were busy with your thesis.

  5. Ronny Pfannschmidt

    the ci server is subject of the thesis, but the resulting prototype wont be ready for more wide use soonish

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