These patches try to improve our Travis CI usage (few failures the last days):
- lower false negative rate (mostly network issues),
- improved code coverage,
- speedup failure detection.
dropped since v2 (will follow as a separate series)
- multicore parallelism use
- cache use
Patch 1 is expected to enter /master as of yesterday.
Travis warned few months ago:
"On Wednesday, June 21st 2017, we are going to update all our Ubuntu Trusty
Patches 4-6 try to avoid aborting a job on network failure.
Patches 7-9 intend to speedup jobs.
Patch 10 gives hint when ./configure fails, patch 12 silent build warnings.
RFC patch 13 uses upgraded GCC v5 -> v6.
RFC patch 14 don't fails the build if the slow gprof/gcov job fail.
Patches 15, 16 add more OSX VMs/toolchains (older, newer, bleeding edge).
Peter Maydell (1):
travis: install more library dependencies
Philippe Mathieu-Daudé (15):
travis: update sudo-enabled Trusty images
travis: enable multiple caching features
travis: increase S3 cache timeout
travis: retry if llvm.org timeouts
travis: retry when git submodules initialization fails
travis: split the gprof/gcov job
travis: reorder matrix to speedup failure
travis: reduce git clone depth
travis: check ./configure outcome, dump config.log on failure
travis/osx: use readable YAML
travis/osx: silent texinfo warnings
RFC travis: use gcc-6 sanitizers
RFC travis: allow_failures for gprof/gcov
RFC travis/osx: build using more Xcode versions
NOTFORMERGE travis/osx: build using bleeding Xcode
.travis.yml | 134 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++-----------------
1 file changed, 97 insertions(+), 37 deletions(-)