Yeap this would be great for sdl. I can give you permissions to add it to SDL repos?
On Sun, Aug 11, 2013 at 4:04 PM, Mason James <m...@kohaaloha.com> wrote: > On 2013-08-12, at 7:30 AM, Tobias Leich wrote: >> Hi Mason, >> >> that is pretty cool. If it does a rebuild and test after every commit, >> can I see a matrix of commits? >> >> Cheers, Tobias > hmm, the 'build history' (and 'pull request'?) tabs show a history of commits > (and their test result) > https://travis-ci.org/KohaAloha/Alien-SDL/builds > https://travis-ci.org/KohaAloha/Alien-SDL/pull_requests > thats the best travis does, i think…? >> >> Am 11.08.2013 21:20, schrieb Mason James: >>> hi All >>> >>> I've recently learnt how to use the Travis  automated build system with >>> github repos >>> >>> its a pretty handy tool that detects errors in commits; and also >>> builds/tests your codebase after any commit series is pushed, on multiple >>> versions of perl even (currently 5.10 -> 5.18) >>> >>> >>> with some pretty small changes, I've managed to get both the SDL and >>> Alien-SDL repos building/testing successfully with Travis  >>> (i plan on sorting the SDL2 and Alien-SDL2 repos soon) >>> >>> so… is this something people are keen on using for SDL_Perl project? >>> >>> >>> cheers, Mason >>> >>>  https://travis-ci.org/ >>>  https://travis-ci.org/KohaAloha/SDL >>>  https://travis-ci.org/KohaAloha/Alien-SDL >>> >> > cheers, Mason > -- > KohaAloha, NZ