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comment continuous testing of a C++ project on github with different Linux distros
Thanks, I had a look at it, and it looks very promising. I am not sure in what format one has to upload the packages to compile and how to specify the compilation instructions though. I'll try to dig through the docs.
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comment continuous testing of a C++ project on github with different Linux distros
Ideally this would be a service where one doesn't need to maintain the different distros as VMs, but does that on the cloud, like travis-ci does for Ubuntu VMs.
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comment which distributions to test for successful compilation?
That's right. I tried before seeing your answer yesterday and when trying to boot up, I got an "unbootable" error message. I guess if there is no easy option to have access to a SPARC machine, that's going to be it for now.
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comment which distributions to test for successful compilation?
Thanks for the SPARC tip. That sounds like a good idea. Can I have a SPARC Virtual Machine running on Virtualbox?