Travis CI

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Travis CI describes itself as:

[...] is a hosted [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!


Your first 100 builds are free!

on the plans page means.

Following response: vs
.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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Christian is a professional software developer living in Vienna, Austria. He loves coffee and is strongly addicted to music. In his spare time he writes open source software. He is known for developing automatic data processing systems on Debian Linux server.

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