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digitall_it

Like, having a CI workflow without relying on a server on a different machine

digitall_it

however I fear that it would not work very well in virtualized environments

digitall_it

As itself is a virtualizing hosts, you end up in an Inception style matrioshka

digitall_it

I would like to achieve a continuous integration workflow and not have to install TravisCI on a different machine than the one I work with, for economic purposes.

wmk

your IDE should be able to run unit tests "on file change" if they're fast enough

wmk

Others say circleCI is worth a look. But external services often cost a bit for non open-source projects. For me personally, travis is too expensive 😞

wmk

@digitall_it https://stackoverflow.com/questions/21053657/how-to-run-travis-ci-locally well, could be worth a try

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How to run travis-ci locally

I've just joined a project, and I'm new to travis-ci. I'd rather not have to push every little change to .travis.yml and every little change I make to the source in order to run the build. With j...

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andante

ok but TravisCI because you want to run your tests?