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salt/.travis.yml

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: ft=yaml
---
## Machine config
os: 'linux'
arch: 'amd64'
dist: 'bionic'
version: '~> 1.0'
## Language and cache config
language: 'ruby'
cache: 'bundler'
## Services config
services:
- docker
## Script to run for the test stage
script:
- bin/kitchen verify "${INSTANCE}"
## Stages and jobs matrix
stages:
- test
- name: 'release'
if: 'branch = master AND type != pull_request'
jobs:
include:
## Define the test stage that runs the linters (and testing matrix, if applicable)
# Run all of the linters in a single job
- language: 'node_js'
node_js: 'lts/*'
env: 'Lint'
name: 'Lint: salt-lint, yamllint, rubocop, shellcheck & commitlint'
before_install: 'skip'
script:
# Install and run `salt-lint`
- pip install --user salt-lint
- git ls-files -- '*.sls' '*.jinja' '*.j2' '*.tmpl' '*.tst'
| xargs salt-lint
# Install and run `yamllint`
# Need at least `v1.17.0` for the `yaml-files` setting
- pip install --user yamllint>=1.17.0
- yamllint -s .
# Install and run `rubocop`
- gem install rubocop
- rubocop -d
# Run `shellcheck` (already pre-installed in Travis)
- shellcheck --version
- git ls-files -- '*.sh' '*.bash' '*.ksh'
| xargs shellcheck
# Install and run `commitlint`
- npm i -D @commitlint/config-conventional
@commitlint/travis-cli
- commitlint-travis
## Define the rest of the matrix based on Kitchen testing
# Make sure the instances listed below match up with
# the `platforms` defined in `kitchen.yml`
# The ordering used below has been selected based on the time required in Travis
# The slower ones are kept as high up as possible, to run concurrently rather than
# slow down the entire run at the end (i.e. `centos-6` and `opensuse`)
# However, the groupings needed to be maintained in some semblance of order
# so this is a best-effort matrix, in the circumstances
# - env: INSTANCE=v201707-py2-debian-8-2017-7-py2
- env: INSTANCE=v201707-py2-ubuntu-1604-2017-7-py2
- env: INSTANCE=v201707-py2-centos-6-2017-7-py2
# - env: INSTANCE=v201707-py2-amazonlinux-1-2017-7-py2
# - env: INSTANCE=v201707-py2-arch-base-latest-2017-7-py2
- env: INSTANCE=v201803-py2-debian-9-2018-3-py2
# - env: INSTANCE=v201803-py2-ubuntu-1604-2018-3-py2
- env: INSTANCE=v201803-py2-centos-7-2018-3-py2
# - env: INSTANCE=v201803-py2-amazonlinux-1-2018-3-py2
# - env: INSTANCE=v201803-py2-arch-base-latest-2018-3-py2
- env: INSTANCE=v201902-py2-ubuntu-1804-2019-2-py2
# - env: INSTANCE=v201902-py2-centos-7-2019-2-py2
- env: INSTANCE=v201902-py3-amazonlinux-2-2019-2-py3
# - env: INSTANCE=v201902-py2-arch-base-latest-2019-2-py2
- env: INSTANCE=v201902-py3-debian-10-2019-2-py3
# - env: INSTANCE=v201902-py3-debian-9-2019-2-py3
# - env: INSTANCE=v201902-py3-ubuntu-1804-2019-2-py3
# - env: INSTANCE=v201902-py3-centos-8-2019-2-py3
- env: INSTANCE=v201902-py3-opensuse-leap-151-2019-2-py3
## Define the release stage that runs `semantic-release`
- stage: 'release'
language: 'node_js'
node_js: 'lts/*'
env: 'Release'
name: 'Run semantic-release inc. file updates to AUTHORS, CHANGELOG & FORMULA'
before_install: 'skip'
script:
# Update `AUTHORS.md`
- export MAINTAINER_TOKEN=${GH_TOKEN}
- go get github.com/myii/maintainer
- maintainer contributor
# Install all dependencies required for `semantic-release`
- npm i -D @semantic-release/changelog@3
@semantic-release/exec@3
@semantic-release/git@7
deploy:
provider: 'script'
# Opt-in to `dpl v2` to complete the Travis build config validation (beta)
# * https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/build-config-validation
# Deprecated `skip_cleanup` can now be avoided, `cleanup: false` is by default
edge: true
# Run `semantic-release`
script: 'npx semantic-release@15.14'