Travis CI configurations for PyScaffold
Configure your PyScaffold-generated project to work with Travis CI.
PyScaffold is a development tool focused in creating distributable Python packages. This extension automatically configures the generated packages to use Travis CI, a very popular and mature continuous integration solution that allows devs to test their code and perform a series of automated tasks, bringing confidence to their workflow.
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This extension can be directly installed with pip:
pip install pyscaffoldext-travis
Or, if you prefer pipx:
pipx install pyscaffold # if you haven't installed pyscaffold yet pipx inject pyscaffold pyscaffoldext-travis
Note that, after the installation, putup -h will show a new option --travis. Use this option to indicate when you are want to create a package with automated tasks running on the Travis CI platgorm. For example:
putup --travis myapp
Please refer to Travis’ docs to get started.
Making Changes & Contributing
This project uses pre-commit, please make sure to install it before making any changes:
pip install pre-commit cd pyscaffoldext-travis pre-commit install
It is a good idea to update the hooks to the latest version:
Please also check PyScaffold’s contribution guidelines.
This project has been set up using PyScaffold 4.0b1. For details and usage information on PyScaffold see https://pyscaffold.org/.
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