Commit 3be9bced authored by Andreas Bombe's avatar Andreas Bombe

New upstream version 0.35+git20180503+dfsg

parent 695fcd2a
......@@ -12,9 +12,7 @@ b~*.ad?
testsuite/get_entities
# Generated files on windows.
build/
dist/mcode/build/
dist/mcode/lib/
/build/
# Generated directories on Linux
lib/
......
branches:
except:
- appveyor
- appveyor
language: c
os: linux
dist: trusty
sudo: required
services: docker
language: minimal
install: skip
script: "./dist/linux/travis-ci.sh"
matrix:
include:
- os: linux
dist: trusty
sudo: required
services: docker
env: IMAGE=stretch+mcode
- os: linux
dist: trusty
sudo: required
services: docker
env: IMAGE=stretch+mcode+gpl
- os: linux
dist: trusty
sudo: required
services: docker
env: IMAGE=ubuntu14+mcode
- os: linux
dist: trusty
sudo: required
services: docker
env: IMAGE=ubuntu14+llvm-3.8
- os: linux
dist: trusty
sudo: required
services: docker
env: IMAGE=fedora26+mcode
- os: osx
osx_image: xcode7.3
env: IMAGE=macosx+mcode
cache:
directories:
- gnat
install: true
script:
- ./dist/linux/travis-ci.sh
before_deploy:
- "echo ready to deploy"
addons:
apt:
packages:
- docker-ce
deploy:
- provider: releases
- &deploy-docker
provider: script
skip_cleanup: true
script: ./dist/linux/deploy2dockerhub.sh "$IMAGE" "$TRAVIS_COMMIT_MESSAGE"
on:
repo: 1138-4EB/ghdl
branch: master
- &deploy-releases
provider: releases
skip_cleanup: true
api_key:
secure: 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
file: "ghdl-*.tgz"
file_glob: true
on:
repo: tgingold/ghdl
tags: true
repo: ghdl/ghdl
all_branches: true
tags: true
# For each linux build, a different job/instance (with the constraints
# above) is executed in parallel in stage 'test'.
env:
matrix:
- IMAGE=stretch+mcode
- IMAGE=stretch+mcode+gpl
# - IMAGE=buster+mcode
# - IMAGE=buster+mcode+gpl
- IMAGE=ubuntu14+mcode
- IMAGE=ubuntu14+llvm-3.8
# - IMAGE=ubuntu16+mcode
# - IMAGE=ubuntu16+llvm-3.9
# - IMAGE=ubuntu18+mcode
# - IMAGE=ubuntu18+llvm-5.0
- IMAGE=fedora26+mcode
# - IMAGE=fedora26+llvm
global:
- secure: "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" #U
- secure: "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" #P
after_deploy:
- "echo deployed"
stages:
- create ghdl/build and ghdl/run images
- test
jobs:
include:
# A single job is described in its own stage, to create and push ghdl/build and ghdl/run images.
- stage: create ghdl/build and ghdl/run images
env: IMAGE=""
script: if echo "$TRAVIS_COMMIT_MESSAGE" | grep -F -q "[ci images]"; then ./dist/linux/create.sh; fi;
deploy:
- <<: *deploy-docker
# A single additional job is described in stage 'test' for the macos build.
# The constraints above are used, except explicitly overriden.
- stage: test
os: osx
language: c
osx_image: xcode7.3
install: true
cache:
directories:
- gnat
env: IMAGE=macosx+mcode
deploy:
- <<: *deploy-releases
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