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From filmaj <>
Subject [GitHub] cordova-android pull request #392: WIP: Run native android unit tests in CI
Date Tue, 27 Jun 2017 22:38:08 GMT
GitHub user filmaj opened a pull request:

    WIP: Run native android unit tests in CI

    Still a work in progress, let's see how appveyor and travis react to this.

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    This closes #392
commit 90053eb9dfc03c6cdab31aab665324556c3358be
Author: filmaj <>
Date:   2017-06-27T17:02:38Z

    CB-12950: lots of tweaks for end-to-end test runs, especially on CI:
    - rename npm tasks to reflect what they do (npm run unit-tests, npm run e2e-tests). main
`npm test` runs linter, unit tests and e2e tests now.
    - locked jasmine down to ~2.6.0.
    - consolidate gitignores.
    - updated travis to run `npm test`. add android sdk installation to appveyor ci run.align
android dpendencies across travis and appveyor. have appveyor install gradle. force gradle
to version 3.4.1 in appveyor, as that seems to be the only version choco has. explicitly invoke
sdkmanager to move license accepting process along.

commit 8ec72bee4af733ca049d59d18913ddb58913c770
Author: filmaj <>
Date:   2017-06-27T22:37:07Z

    try to run native unit tests in both travis and appveyor.


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