On 11 December 2014 at 14:50, Martin Nowak via Digitalmars-d-announce <email@example.com> wrote: > Glad to announce that D support on Travis-CI was launched today. > > http://blog.travis-ci.com/2014-12-10-community-driven-language-support-comes-to-travis-ci/ > > You can now get out-of-the-box continuous integration for your D projects on > github. If you are already using dub, using Travis-CI is as simple as adding > a 2 line .travis.yml file to your repo and toggling a switch on > travis-ci.org. > > language:d > sudo: false > > You can also chose a specific compiler by adding a d: tag. > > d: ldc-0.14.0 > > Build matrices are supported as well, so you can test your project against > multiple compilers. Please only test as many compilers as you actually need! > > d: > - dmd-2.066.1 > - gdc-4.9.0 > - ldc-0.14.0 > > The following compilers were successfully tested. > > dmd-2.064 > dmd-2.065.0 > dmd-2.066.1 > gdc-4.8.2 > gdc-4.9.0 > ldc-0.13.0 > ldc-0.14.0 > > Read the docs for more details http://docs.travis-ci.com/user/languages/d/. > > And you can also have a look at these 2 libraries. > > https://travis-ci.org/MartinNowak/hyphenate > https://travis-ci.com/MartinNowak/bloom > > Happy testing > -Martin
So cool! I've been doing this manually for some time. What about those of us who don't/can't use dub?