@johsin18 opened this Issue on August 2nd 2018 Contributor

I generated a .travis.yml file for my plugin, to have continuous integration.
However, most of the jobs fail due to infrastructure problems.

When using the default .travis.yml file based on Ubuntu "precise", python2.6 cannot be installed

E: Package 'python2.6' has no installation candidate
E: Unable to locate package python2.6-dev

Also, Travis CI considers the "precise" dist to be deprecated.

When switching to Ubuntu "trusty", at least one job complains that this is illegal:

Diffing generated with existing (located at /home/travis/build/johsin18/DevicePixelRatioMatomoPlugin/DevicePixelRatio/.travis.yml)...
< dist: trusty
> dist: precise

Your .travis.yml file is out of date! Please update it using the generate:travis-yml command.
A certain job based on PHP 5.5 succeeds, but honestly I don't know why.

@johsin18 commented on August 2nd 2018 Contributor

I found the --dist-trusty switch to generate:travis-yml in the meantime, which solves the problem.
I would consider this issue fixed if you mention that switch here
or make it the default (why would anybody like to use Ubuntu precise still, which has reached its end of life?).

@Findus23 commented on May 24th 2020 Member

This has been fixed a long time ago.

This Issue was closed on May 24th 2020
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