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Re: Simple way to test your ext on TravisCI

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Wolfsblvt wrote:What kind of script if I may ask?
That would be interesting for me too.
I use phing (just like phpBB aswell).
It is also able to setup the composer dependencies https://github.com/nickvergessen/phpbb- ... /issues/90
but on the other hand deletes the unnecessary files from it, aswell as the extension itself.
The build file looks like this build.xml.
In the end you only need phing set up as a require-dev dependency in the composer.json of your extension.

Sounds complicated right now, but I will post it more detailed and with explanations soon.
bonelifer wrote:On Github you could use a .gitattributes file and then use git-archive
Well this only works, until you don't have to set up composer deps
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If your tests fail, see viewtopic.php?f=461&t=2298031
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Paul wrote:After that, you should create your composer.lock file by running

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composer.phar update --dev

(If you don't have composer.phar yet:

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curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
How do I run this on Windows? I have a Windows machine that I can do extension development but am NOT allowed to install PHP on. I just want to be able to add EPV to my travis testing.
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You're going to need PHP on there for composer to do its thing. You don't need to install PHP however. You can just use something like XAMPP which comes with PHP. Check our list out here under "Local Servers" for some other options. Once you've got that going I'd go with the Windows Setup of Composer as it would probably make it easier to run it by right-clicking and selecting "Use Composer here".
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DavidIQ wrote:You're going to need PHP on there for composer to do its thing. You don't need to install PHP however. You can just use something like XAMPP which comes with PHP. Check our list out here under "Local Servers" for some other options.
Yeah, I'm quite versed in the local servers options. I was trying to avoid this route as I have a VM that I use as a development server.
DavidIQ wrote:Once you've got that going I'd go with the Windows Setup of Composer as it would probably make it easier to run it by right-clicking and selecting "Use Composer here".
If I install my favorite local server, can't I just follow the install instructions Paul gave? If not, then what's the point of going through this entire process? :?
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Sure you can follow his instructions. If you're just looking for the Windows equivalent of the commands he gave then that's also on the Composer installation page:

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C:\Users\username>cd C:\bin
C:\bin>php -r "readfile('https://getcomposer.org/installer');" | php
C:\bin>echo @php "%~dp0composer.phar" %*>composer.bat
You'll need to know the path to the PHP executable or have it in the environment variables.
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Awesome, thanks! :D
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I must be doing something wrong. When I run composer.phar update --dev, Windows asks me how I want to open this type of file and no composer.lock file is created in my extension directory. I used the Windows installer and used the "Use composer here" option.

*EDIT: Nevermind, it should have been composer update --dev
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Re: Simple way to test your ext on TravisCI

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Note that since some weeks travis requires to explicitly request sudo usage and the provided .travis.yml would not be able to execute setup-phpbb.sh. (e.g., see this failing build: https://travis-ci.org/RobertHeim/phpbb- ... 08054#L181 )

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sudo: required
I made a pull request: https://github.com/nickvergessen/phpbb- ... mo/pull/24

see also: http://docs.travis-ci.com/user/build-co ... -Using-apt
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Travis is having all kinds of issues lately and it's annoying. For example
Err http://us-central1.gce.archive.ubuntu.com precise-updates/multiverse amd64 Packages

403 Forbidden [IP: 199.223.234.73 80]
starting to think it's not even worth using it going forward.
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To be fair that's the Ubunu mirror blocking.
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They have moved to cloud and I know it is an Ubuntu mirror (gce) blocking but it's still annoying as heck.
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Hi.

Great work, i discovered recently travis and used to test my extension.

I see that icc profile sniffer failed on my extensions in the first build. How does this test work?
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As much as I know - the test checks images that you use for ICC profiles (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICC_profile). I had that issue with one of my extensions. There is GD2 function that removes this info from the images.
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Satanasov wrote:As much as I know - the test checks images that you use for ICC profiles (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICC_profile). I had that issue with one of my extensions. There is GD2 function that removes this info from the images.
So it's tested on image themselves or on their calls in php functions?
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