Category Archives: GitHub

Use Travis CI with Jython

This post was updated on Feb 11, 2013, since the old way never works now.

Travis CI is a hosted continuous integration service for the open source community, helping run tests for your GitHub projects for every single push and pull request. However, by the time this post is written, Travis CI has not officially supported Jython, a Python interpreter written in Java. This post will help you setup a Jython testing environment for a Python project on Travis CI.

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Attach a Pull Request to an Existing GitHub Issue

GitHub users may have this experience: after reporting an issue for a project on GitHub, you suddenly found a solution to fix it. Then you want to attach a pull request to this issue, but by the time this article is written, GitHub does not provide a web interface to attach a pull request to an issue. However, no such web interface does not mean it’s impossible — a command line tool called hub could help you out.

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