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Appveyor and Travis CI for pull requests

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Some of the repositories have Appveyor and Travis CI build configuration
files in them.  I don't see this translating into automatic builds on top
of each pull request.  I'd like to get the uuid library to the point where
a pull request builds on Appveyor and on Travis, so that it is easier to
validate the code changes are okay.  Could someone let me know if this is
possible and if so, how?

Thanks,

Jim

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Re: Appveyor and Travis CI for pull requests

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James E. King, III wrote:
> Some of the repositories have Appveyor and Travis CI build configuration
> files in them.  I don't see this translating into automatic builds on top
> of each pull request.  I'd like to get the uuid library to the point where
> a pull request builds on Appveyor and on Travis, so that it is easier to
> validate the code changes are okay.  Could someone let me know if this is
> possible and if so, how?

You can take f.ex. 'system' (or 'bind', or 'mp11'...) as a starting point:

https://github.com/boostorg/system/blob/develop/.travis.yml

This runs on pull requests, as you can see f.ex. on

https://github.com/boostorg/system/pull/17


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Re: Appveyor and Travis CI for pull requests

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среда, 6 сентября 2017 г. пользователь James E. King, III via Boost написал:
> Some of the repositories have Appveyor and Travis CI build configuration
> files in them.  I don't see this translating into automatic builds on top
> of each pull request.  I'd like to get the uuid library to the point where
> a pull request builds on Appveyor and on Travis, so that it is easier to
> validate the code changes are okay.  Could someone let me know if this is
> possible and if so, how?

There's a guide available at
https://svn.boost.org/trac/boost/wiki/TravisCoverals



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