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2016-04-14appveyor: Run unit tests.Jose Fonseca1-0/+3
Reviewed-by: Roland Scheidegger <>
2016-02-03appveyor: Bump shallow clone depth.Jose Fonseca1-2/+9
To prevent build failures when a large patch series is committed, like happened in due to 10 commits between dac2964f3ebd96d5ac227984ab0cd79c2c3b2a1a and 6f428328d34bed16edb8709e4a117eb710d7893d where submitted before the build slave started the git clone. 100 commits should be bigger than any patch series seen in practice, and it takes practically the same time to download as 5 commits. Reviewed-by: Roland Scheidegger <>
2015-12-08appveyor: Cache winflexbison archive.Jose Fonseca1-3/+7
Unforunately the Appveyor -> SourceForge connection seems a bit unreliable, causing frequent build failures while downloading winflexbison (approx once every 2 days). Fetching winflexbison archive into Appveyor's cache should eliminate these. Fetching Python modules from PyPI doesn't seem to be a problem, so they are left alone for now, though they could eventually get the same treatment.
2015-12-02appveyor: Initial integration.Jose Fonseca1-0/+62
AppVeyor doesn't require an appveyor.yml in the repos (in fact it has some limitations as noted in comments below), but doing so has two great advantages over the web UI: - appveyor.yml can be revisioned together with the code, so instructions should always be in synch with the code - appveyor.yml can be reused for people's private repositories (be on fdo or GitHub, etc.) Acked-by: Roland Scheidegger <>