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Merge branch 'bchretien/topic/travis-ci'

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Anish Athalye 2016-01-16 15:43:47 -05:00
commit 2e64388b20
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language: python
python:
- "2.7"
- "3.2"
- "3.3"
- "3.4"
- "3.5"
script:
- ./.travis/run_tests

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#!/usr/bin/env bash
set -e
# For debug only:
# export DEBUG=true
# set -x
# set -v
BASEDIR="$(cd "$(dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}")/.." && pwd)"
# Travis runs do not rely on Vagrant
export USE_VAGRANT=false
export DOTBOT_EXEC="${BASEDIR}/bin/dotbot"
cd "${BASEDIR}"
. "test/driver-lib.bash"
travis_initialize() {
echo "initializing."
tests_run=0
tests_passed=0
tests_failed=0
tests_total="${1}"
local plural="" && [ "${tests_total}" -gt 1 ] && plural="s"
printf -- "running %d test%s...\n\n" "${tests_total}" "${plural}"
}
travis_cleanup() {
# Remove all dotfiles installed since the start, ignoring the main
# dotfiles directory, and the dotbot source directory
find ~ -mindepth 1 -readable -newermt "${date_stamp}" \
-not \( -path ~ -o -path "${BASEDIR}/*" \
-o -path ~/dotfiles \) \
-exec rm -rf {} +
}
travis_run_test() {
tests_run=$((tests_run + 1))
printf '[%d/%d] (%s)\n' "${tests_run}" "${tests_total}" "${1}"
cd ${BASEDIR}/test/tests
if bash ${1} ; then
pass
else
fail
fi
travis_cleanup || die "unable to clean up system."
}
date_stamp="$(date --rfc-3339=ns)"
start="$(date +%s)"
declare -a tests=()
if [ $# -eq 0 ]; then
while read file; do
tests+=("${file}")
done < <(find ${BASEDIR}/test/tests -type f -name '*.bash')
else
tests=("$@")
fi
travis_initialize "${#tests[@]}"
for file in "${tests[@]}"; do
travis_run_test "$(basename "${file}")"
done
if report; then
ret=0
else
ret=1
fi
echo "(tests run in $(($(date +%s) - start)) seconds)"
exit ${ret}

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---
[![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/anishathalye/dotbot.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/anishathalye/dotbot)
Dotbot is a tool that bootstraps your dotfiles (it's a [Dot]files
[bo]o[t]strapper, get it?). It does *less* than you think, because version
control systems do more than you think.

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DEBUG=false
DOTFILES='/home/vagrant/dotfiles'
DEBUG=${DEBUG:-false}
USE_VAGRANT=${USE_VAGRANT:-true}
DOTBOT_EXEC=${DOTBOT_EXEC:-"/dotbot/bin/dotbot"}
DOTFILES="/home/$(whoami)/dotfiles"
INSTALL_CONF='install.conf.yaml'
INSTALL_CONF_JSON='install.conf.json'
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}
initialize() {
check_vm
if ${USE_VAGRANT}; then
check_vm
fi
echo "${test_description}"
mkdir -p "${DOTFILES}"
cd
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(
cd "${DOTFILES}"
cat > "${INSTALL_CONF}"
/dotbot/bin/dotbot -d . -c "${INSTALL_CONF}" "${@}"
${DOTBOT_EXEC} -d . -c "${INSTALL_CONF}" "${@}"
)
}
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(
cd "${DOTFILES}"
cat > "${INSTALL_CONF_JSON}"
/dotbot/bin/dotbot -d . -c "${INSTALL_CONF_JSON}" "${@}"
${DOTBOT_EXEC} -d . -c "${INSTALL_CONF_JSON}" "${@}"
)
}