Travis now supports debugging builds where it enables SSH access to the running VM:
Unfortunately, for security reasons this is not available for public repositories.
And public forks cannot be simply changed to private ones... :-/
So there is a bit complicated way, you need to create a new empty repository and
mirror the content from the target repository there:
Note: for accessing the private repositories at Travis you need to use the
URL, the https://travis-ci.org
only displays the public GitHub
When you start a debug build the VM prints the SSH command for accessing it. It does
not start the build, you can do that via SSH or you can inspect the environment
before running the tests...
The session is running for some limited time (maybe 20 minutes? I have not measured
that, but it is quite long). After a timeout the job is aborted. If you still
need it you can restart the build again, just maybe you will need to repeat some
steps again, just be prepared for that.
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