The Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial build environment is now available for Travis CI Enterprise! Keep reading to learn how to get it for your builds!
We are very excited to announce that Elm has joined our growing list of community-supported languages.
You can now start testing your Elm project by using:
To improve and simplify the experience using Linux builds on Travis CI, we are combining our two Linux infrastructures into a single virtual-machine-based platform. You may have seen a blog post about this several weeks ago. Today, we want to provide an update on what’s currently happening and what to expect next.
While the migration process is already underway, we’re fast approaching the milestone when the container-based
sudo: falseenvironment will no longer be available. Because this may impact active projects, we wanted to share further details on the timeline and remind everyone still using the container-based infrastructure that it’s definitely time to switch to more powerful, Docker-enabled) virtual-machines.