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Travis CI

Reference: https://travis-ci.org/

Travis CI describes itself as:

[...] is a hosted [continuous integration](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuous_integration) service for the open source community. It is integrated with GitHub and offers first class support for C, C++, Java, Objective-C, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, [...]

And many more languages.

I’m looking for a service like Travis CI. But Travis is limited to 50 100 builds in the free version. For a one-man-company like me it’s not lucrative to pay for a service like Travis. Since I push only in irregular intervals to GitHub. So I need to use a free service with unlimited builds, because I make no money with my open source software on GitHub.

Update, 2014-06-08: Now your first 100 builds are free.

Update, 2014-10-13: Ok, I got it wrong. I asked in the IRC channel (Freenode #travis) what’s the phrase

Free for open source projects, always!

and

Your first 100 builds are free!

on the plans page means.

Following response:

travis-ci.org vs travis-ci.com
.org is free for OSS, .com is the pay stuff

So I’m looking forward to use Travis CI for my open source projects.

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