[scikit-learn] CircleCI

Manuel Castejón Limas manuel.castejon at gmail.com
Mon Sep 10 19:02:13 EDT 2018

Thank you for your feedback Guillaume!

I'm fighting with CircleCI configuration yet, but it seems it will be
possible to test the windows versions as well, provided that nowadays we
already have windows containers available.
I'll give it a try and then I will share the experience.
For what I've seen in scikit-learn build_tools scripts, there is room for
speeding up things by integrating the miniconda installation in the docker
image and not on every build job.


El jue., 6 sept. 2018 a las 14:24, Guillaume Lemaître (<
g.lemaitre58 at gmail.com>) escribió:

> Hi Manuel,
> Basically, you are free to take any initiative with your CIs until it
> is cross-platform tested. Using the different CI available allows to
> speed-up the testing. In scikit-learn, we use Travis for Linux
> checking, Appveyor for Windows, and CircleCI for building the
> documentation. You could use a single CI service for all of those.
> However, I am not sure that you have Windows support apart of
> Appveyor.
> I think that we should update the template of the scikit-learn-contrib
> with the new template for circle ci 2.
> Cheers,
> On Thu, 6 Sep 2018 at 13:16, Manuel CASTEJÓN LIMAS via scikit-learn
> <scikit-learn at python.org> wrote:
> >
> > Dear all,
> > Contrib projects template hints the authors to use TravisCI, CircleCI
> and Appveyor. Now that CircleCI has moved to version 2, is there any idea
> on what to do about it? Will the template be updated? Is it ok if we use
> only CircleCI?
> > What do you, core devs, suggest about that?
> > Best wishes
> > Manuel
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