It looks great :)
It would be super cool if the platform Docker image was not downloaded in
every build. But I gave it a try and loading from cache is almost as slow
as downloading the platform image (Travis uses S3 I think). I tried to use
"docker save" and "docker load" features.
Other option is to find a platform image which is tailored just for our
needs hence smaller. I don't know how much extra stuff is in the image that
we don't need. Any ideas?
On Sat, Oct 22, 2016 at 8:14 PM, Matthias Wessendorf <matzew(a)apache.org>
sometimes Travis' Android support is a bit instable..., we have noticed
that on our own Anroid apps, as well on our different libraries.
Today I've done a simple test to use our new tool for CI builds of Android
apps (see ).
For now I've used Travis ;-) but not their Android support, I am just
executing a few docker commands. So this solution is also easy to use on
other systems, like Jenkins.
However, there is one bug on the underlying Python CLI (see )....., but
overall it's something we should be looking forward to use!
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