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* travis: run travis on 'ci' branchStefano Pigozzi2013-06-031-0/+1
| | | | | | | We will use the 'ci' branch to do test builds of big features before they are merged into master. [ci skip]
* travis: fix typoStefano Pigozzi2013-05-201-1/+1
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* travis: DRY up the yaml fileStefano Pigozzi2013-05-201-6/+6
| | | | | Use YAML's anchor/reference syntax to DRY up the YAML file. Also fix a bug that caused the IRC notification to always take place (even on success).
* add Travis-CI integrationStefano Pigozzi2013-05-191-0/+29
Travis-CI [1] is a continous integration cloud service. It is free for open-source projects and tigthly integrated tiwh GitHub so there is really no reason for us not use it. :) For now we are going to do a total of 4 builds, mainly to test ffmpeg/libav API breakage: * ffmpeg-stable, libass-stable * ffmpeg-git, libass-stable * libav-stable, libass-stable * libav-git, libass-stable The compiler that is currently used is clang for two reasons: * running 8 build targets would be quite wasteful and take a long time * clang is less tested and used during development than gcc (especially on linux) Currently Travis doesn't support OS X environments alongside Linux ones [2]. When it will, we will add a fifth build target to test OS X compilation breakage. README was moved to markdown to add the little build status image. I ran some tests with my GitHub fork and couldn't get images to show up using ReStructured Text. [1]: [2]: travis-ci/travis-ci#216