The double bar (||) means execute the next command on non zero exit from previous command. So if there is exit 1 or 2, then it checks if 2, which means that it was only no results, which is considered passing. If there is a 1 exitcode then it fails.
Do you have a specific travis build in question? On Feb 19, 2018 2:37 PM, "Bill Deegan" <b...@baddogconsulting.com> wrote: > Daniel, > > I think it's this line in the .travis.yml > > What do you expect: > - python runtest.py -a --exclude-list exclude_jobtest || if [[ $? == 2 > ]]; then true; else false; fi > > > Do? > > Here's what I see with a simple test in my bash shell: > $ echo "BILL" > BILL > $ echo $? > 0 > $ if [[ $? == 2 ]]; then true; else false; fi > $ echo $? > 1 > > > > -Bill >
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