Continuous integration moves to Travis CI

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Wed Nov 4 11:09:26 CET 2015

In message <20151031083433.GA5176 at>, Lasse Karstensen writes:
>Hi all.
>I'm changing continuous integration system for Varnish Cache to the
>online Travis CI system. ( )
>Travis is integrated with Github, and can build on Linux and OS X.
>We've been testing it on vmods and VC for a while, but not as the main
>CI system.

I've looked at Travis, and it is basically a Linux only thing which
*might* support os/x if they can get it to work.  FreeBSD support
doesn't even seem to be on a road-map.

Varnish is not a linux-only project, so we need something better.

Ideally I'd like something which doesn't require me to log into som
startup, and which just needs a non-root ssh-accessible account on
the slave machines.

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