On 25.04.2017 13:28, Ladislav Slezak wrote:
Travis recently enabled a new auto cancellation
If you commit a new change Travis can automatically cancel the old
builds in the queue. That means you should get the results
for the latest change faster.
The only drawback is that if you really use the strict
(write a failing test first then create a fix, like I did here )
then you would have to wait a bit between pushing the test and the fix.
At least until the first build starts.
Does anybody do that with Travis? Isn't it a lot easier and faster to do it
locally? So I don't see a downside here.
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