third_party/rust/dwrote/appveyor.yml
author Oriol Brufau <oriol-bugzilla@hotmail.com>
Wed, 31 Oct 2018 16:15:54 +0000
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# Appveyor configuration template for Rust using rustup for Rust installation
# https://github.com/starkat99/appveyor-rust

## Operating System (VM environment) ##

# Rust needs at least Visual Studio 2013 Appveyor OS for MSVC targets.
os: Visual Studio 2015

## Build Matrix ##

# This configuration will setup a build for each channel & target combination (12 windows
# combinations in all).
#
# There are 3 channels: stable, beta, and nightly.
#
# Alternatively, the full version may be specified for the channel to build using that specific
# version (e.g. channel: 1.5.0)
#
# The values for target are the set of windows Rust build targets. Each value is of the form
#
# ARCH-pc-windows-TOOLCHAIN
#
# Where ARCH is the target architecture, either x86_64 or i686, and TOOLCHAIN is the linker
# toolchain to use, either msvc or gnu. See https://www.rust-lang.org/downloads.html#win-foot for
# a description of the toolchain differences.
# See https://github.com/rust-lang-nursery/rustup.rs/#toolchain-specification for description of
# toolchains and host triples.
#
# Comment out channel/target combos you do not wish to build in CI.
#
# You may use the `cargoflags` and `RUSTFLAGS` variables to set additional flags for cargo commands
# and rustc, respectively. For instance, you can uncomment the cargoflags lines in the nightly
# channels to enable unstable features when building for nightly. Or you could add additional
# matrix entries to test different combinations of features.
environment:
  matrix:

### MSVC Toolchains ###

  # Stable 64-bit MSVC
   - channel: stable
     target: x86_64-pc-windows-msvc
  # Stable 32-bit MSVC
  #  - channel: stable
  #    target: i686-pc-windows-msvc
  # Beta 64-bit MSVC
  #  - channel: beta
  #    target: x86_64-pc-windows-msvc
  # Beta 32-bit MSVC
  #  - channel: beta
  #    target: i686-pc-windows-msvc
  # Nightly 64-bit MSVC
  #  - channel: nightly
  #    target: x86_64-pc-windows-msvc
      #cargoflags: --features "unstable"
  # Nightly 32-bit MSVC
  #  - channel: nightly
  #    target: i686-pc-windows-msvc
      #cargoflags: --features "unstable"

### GNU Toolchains ###

  # Stable 64-bit GNU
  #  - channel: stable
  #    target: x86_64-pc-windows-gnu
  # Stable 32-bit GNU
  #  - channel: stable
  #    target: i686-pc-windows-gnu
  # Beta 64-bit GNU
  #  - channel: beta
  #    target: x86_64-pc-windows-gnu
  # Beta 32-bit GNU
  #  - channel: beta
  #    target: i686-pc-windows-gnu
  # Nightly 64-bit GNU
  #  - channel: nightly
  #    target: x86_64-pc-windows-gnu
  #    #cargoflags: --features "unstable"
  # Nightly 32-bit GNU
  #  - channel: nightly
  #    target: i686-pc-windows-gnu
      #cargoflags: --features "unstable"

### Allowed failures ###

# See Appveyor documentation for specific details. In short, place any channel or targets you wish
# to allow build failures on (usually nightly at least is a wise choice). This will prevent a build
# or test failure in the matching channels/targets from failing the entire build.
matrix:
  allow_failures:
    - channel: nightly

# If you only care about stable channel build failures, uncomment the following line:
    #- channel: beta

## Install Script ##

# This is the most important part of the Appveyor configuration. This installs the version of Rust
# specified by the 'channel' and 'target' environment variables from the build matrix. This uses
# rustup to install Rust.
#
# For simple configurations, instead of using the build matrix, you can simply set the
# default-toolchain and default-host manually here.
install:
  - appveyor DownloadFile https://win.rustup.rs/ -FileName rustup-init.exe
  - rustup-init -yv --default-toolchain %channel% --default-host %target%
  - set PATH=%PATH%;%USERPROFILE%\.cargo\bin
  - rustc -vV
  - cargo -vV

## Build Script ##

# 'cargo test' takes care of building for us, so disable Appveyor's build stage. This prevents
# the "directory does not contain a project or solution file" error.
build: false

# Uses 'cargo test' to run tests and build. Alternatively, the project may call compiled programs
#directly or perform other testing commands. Rust will automatically be placed in the PATH
# environment variable.
test_script:
  - cargo test --verbose %cargoflags%