Hi Richard, I think you need to do the following: - zef --depsonly install .
Instead of - zef installdeps . Already discussed that concern in https://github.com/ugexe/zef/issues/82 :) On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 2:41 PM, Richard Hainsworth <rnhainswo...@gmail.com> wrote: > The Ecosystem (that is the modules.perl6.org web page) shows whether a > module is passing its tests. > > The system takes the error passing information from the Travis system. > > The Ecosystem documentation (on distributing a module) does not give any > template for Travis. It would be useful for someone to put up a template. > > I used an existing module to work out the contents of a 'travis.yml' file > for my module. But now that Panda is no longer supported, the Travis > system is failing, and I don't really understand why. After all, if Panda > was working before and has not been broken, then why is it failing now. > > I tried to change references to panda with references to zef, > > eg > > install: > > - rakudobrew zef > > - zef installdeps . > > > But this is now failing at "zef installdeps ." > > > Some help from Travis / github gurus would be appreciated. > > Regards, > > Richard >