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#345 in Template engine
cargo template-ci - automatically generate a fast travis.yml
In all my rust projects, I use travis to provide continuous
integration services, and to validate that things are
correct. However, rust's commandline utilities have changed a lot (and
clippy still does!), so I had to adjust the invocations in every
.travis.yml I had. Not fun!
So here's a little tool that will generate a .travis.yml file for your project according to a few flags, with a bunch of nice things:
- It uses a build matrix so that your builds are all fast.
- Lets you pick and choose which build types besides tests you want to run: By default, it runs clippy and checks rustfmt compliance. You can also activate benchmarks.
- Allows customizing the OS to run on and the versions to test with.
Once installed, you can run this tool in a rust project with
cargo template-ci. It will overwrite the project's existing .travis.yml, so
make sure you check if it did a good job!
By default, the configuration is as follows:
- Run tests on
- Run rustfmt on
- Run clippy on
nightly, but allow failures.
- Do not run benchmarks (but run them on
You can configure the generated config file by editing your project's
package metadata in
Cargo.toml: Everything lives under the key
package.metadata.template_ci. This project has an example that
makes clippy failures
If your project uses Cargo workspaces, it is impossible to add package metadata to the top-level workspace configuration file. For that reason, you can also put the template-ci config into files in the repository root:
template-ci.toml, failing that:
No configuration value merging is performed: The first configuration source that matches causes all other files to be ignored.
Here's a list of configurable keys:
package.metadata.template_ci.os: The operating system to run on. Defaults to
package.metadata.template_ci.dist: The operating system distribution version to run on. Defaults to
package.metadata.template_ci.versions: The versions of rust to run tests on, in a build matrix. Defaults to
["stable", "beta", "nightly"]
There are additional matrix build settings:
package.metadata.template_ci.rustfmt: Settings for running an additional matrix build for checking rustfmt validity. Settings:
run: whether to run the build at all. Default:
version: what version to run on. Default:
allow_failure: whether a non-zero exit status should break the build. Default
package.metadata.template_ci.clippy: An additional matrix build for the
package.metadata.template_ci.bench: An additional matrix build for running