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Automatically generate .travis.yml or GitHub actions workflow .yml from tox.ini

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After installing, simply call tox2travis in a directory that contains a tox.ini file. A .travis.yml file will be generated.

tox2travis will be able to map environment names using tox's default environments to the correct python version on Travis automatically.

Non-standard environment names

If an environment name does not match one of the default environments provided by tox, tox2travis will simply ignore it. To specify a python version for such environments, use the --fallback-python command line argument:

tox2travis --fallback-python pythonx.y

The value passed to the argument must be a valid basepython.

Custom basepython

If environments specified in tox.ini use a basepython that can not be automatically mapped to one of the supported python versions on Travis, use the --custom-mapping command line argument:

tox2travis --custom-mapping <basepython> <travis-python>

GitHub Actions

Despite the name, tox2travis can also generate a configuration file for GitHub Actions. Simply call tox2travis --output=actions in a directory that contains a tox.ini file. A new file .github/workflows/tox.yml will be generated.

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