Den 24 mar 2016 5:22 em skrev "Thomas Adam" <tho...@fvwm.org>: > > Hi all, > > I've to document this formally, but I wanted to let you know of a few options > I've enabled for the "master" branch on the main fvwm Git repository. > > All pushes by default (across all branches) will now have Travis CI ran > against them. Travis is a Continuous Integration tool which allows the > code to be compiled. If there's any errors, an email is sent out indicating > where the logs can be found.
Cool. Would it be possible to stick some unit test framework to it as well? > Additionally, the master branch (which is where all the stable code intended > for releases ends up) now has protection enabled, which means code will not be > merged there by default, should Travis CI be unable to build it. This should > help things be more robust, and provides a much more powerful alternative to > the old snapshot mechanisms of yesteryear. This also means commits directly > on master are discouraged---but that's OK because we've discussed that before. Is our strategy for handling of branches and pull requests summarized anywhere? /Viktor