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Travis CI: Technical Overview
travis-ci travis.rb Travis CI Client (CLI and Ruby library) Updated blog-travis-ci-com
travis-ci/travis-ci README.markdown Travis CI Travis CI is a hosted continuous integration and deployment system. There are two versions of it, travis-ci.com for private repositories, and travis-ci.org for public repositories. This repository contains the central issue tracker for the Travis CI project.
README.md travis-assets Serves two purposes: serve assets on http://assets.travis-ci.org in productionact as a Rails engine in development mode so that assets are directly served from the travis-ci Rails app Modifying assets in development When you're working on travis-ci locally and want to see your asset modifications immediately on your locally running version, in your local travis-ci's Gemfile change the reference of travis-assets from git to your local checkout, like so: travis-ci/travis-assets
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