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Request #79577 Setup appveyor pull-request hook for
Submitted: 2020-05-09 20:47 UTC Modified: 2020-05-10 14:46 UTC
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Status: Open Package: yaml (PECL)
PHP Version: Irrelevant OS: n/a
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 [2020-05-09 20:47 UTC]
In, cmb69 provided configuration for running the pecl test suite for Windows via I have setup an account on appveyor and used it to run these test manually several times since.

This is awesome, but it would be even more awesome to have the tests run there automatically for new pull-requests made on GitHub. I do not have the level of access needed on the repo to set this up. Hopefully someone else who does have the rights can setup the needed webhook or application integration with appveyor so that the Windows tests are run there similarly to how the Travis CI tests are currently run.


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 [2020-05-09 21:37 UTC]
Anyone owner is in this list: and should be able to help you :)
 [2020-05-10 08:02 UTC]
I am not sure if I misunderstand your point due to my poor english.

I think if you have a write access to that repo, you could setup a appveyor.yml to do it automatically , doesn’t it? 

 [2020-05-10 14:46 UTC]
The project (aka. GH repository) would have to be added to AppVeyor:
<> vs.
I don't know how to do that, though.

@db808, I think you could sign in to AppVeyor[1] with your Github
account, and then add the project[2] (pecl-file_formats-yaml
should be listed there).  That should make AppVeyor CI available on

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