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File: .travis.yml
Role: Auxiliary data
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Description: Auxiliary data
Class: Symfony Create Bundle Skeleton
Application to create reusable Symfony Bundles
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Date: 3 years ago
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language: php sudo: false cache: yarn: true directories: - $HOME/.composer/cache/files - ./bin/.phpunit env: global: - SYMFONY_PHPUNIT_DIR=./bin/.phpunit - SYMFONY_DEPRECATIONS_HELPER=9 - ACTION="install" matrix: fast_finish: true include: - php: 7.2 - php: 7.3 env: SYMFONY="5.0.*" ACTION="update" - php: 7.4 before_install: - '[[ "$TRAVIS_PHP_VERSION" == "7.4snapshot" ]] || phpenv config-rm xdebug.ini' - composer self-update # Set memory to max (memory fail) - '[[ "$ACTION" == "install" ]] || echo "memory_limit=-1" >> ~/.phpenv/versions/$(phpenv version-name)/etc/conf.d/travis.ini' # Set stability to dev to allow 4.4dev and 5.0dev - '[[ "$ACTION" == "install" ]] || composer config minimum-stability dev' # Change version of symfony when need - '[[ "$ACTION" == "install" ]] || composer config extra.symfony.require $SYMFONY' install: - php -r "echo ini_get('memory_limit').PHP_EOL;" # install or update - composer $ACTION - ./bin/phpunit install script: - ./bin/phpunit # this checks that the source code follows the Symfony Code Syntax rules - '[[ "$TRAVIS_PHP_VERSION" == "7.4" ]] || ./vendor/bin/php-cs-fixer fix --diff --dry-run -v' # this checks that the YAML config files contain no syntax errors - ./bin/console lint:yaml config --parse-tags # this checks that the Twig template files contain no syntax errors - ./bin/console lint:twig templates --env=prod # this checks that the XLIFF translations contain no syntax errors - ./bin/console lint:xliff translations # this checks that arguments injected into services match type declarations - ./bin/console lint:container # TODO: replace the old security checker by the new checker provided by the 'symfony' binary # this checks that the application doesn't use dependencies with known security vulnerabilities #- ./bin/console security:check # this checks that Doctrine's mapping configurations are valid - ./bin/console doctrine:schema:validate --skip-sync -vvv --no-interaction # Fail CI if the repo is in a dirty state after building assets (only for current release ie install) #- if [[ "$ACTION" == "install" ]]; then yarn install && yarn encore production && git add --all && git diff --staged --exit-code; fi - composer validate