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license:  GPL-3.0+
    authors:  nico202
    years:    2018
    user:     nico202

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## Documentation:
language: julia
- linux
- osx
- 0.6
- nightly
email: false
depth: 99999999
## uncomment the following lines to allow failures on nightly julia
## (tests will run but not make your overall status red)
# allow_failures:
# - julia: nightly
## uncomment and modify the following lines to manually install system packages
# apt: # apt-get for linux
# packages:
# - gfortran
#before_script: # homebrew for mac
# - if [ $TRAVIS_OS_NAME = osx ]; then brew install gcc; fi
## uncomment the following lines to override the default test script
# - julia -e 'Pkg.clone(pwd());"Scjrm"); Pkg.test("Scjrm"; coverage=true)'
# push coverage results to Coveralls
- julia -e 'cd(Pkg.dir("Scjrm")); Pkg.add("Coverage"); using Coverage; Coveralls.submit(Coveralls.process_folder())'
# push coverage results to Codecov
- julia -e 'cd(Pkg.dir("Scjrm")); Pkg.add("Coverage"); using Coverage; Codecov.submit(Codecov.process_folder())'

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# Scjrm
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julia 0.6

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## uncomment the following lines to allow failures on nightly julia
## (tests will run but not make your overall status red)
# allow_failures:
# - JULIA_URL: ""
# - JULIA_URL: ""
- master
- /release-.*/
- provider: Email
on_build_success: false
on_build_failure: false
on_build_status_changed: false
- ps: "[System.Net.ServicePointManager]::SecurityProtocol = [System.Net.SecurityProtocolType]::Tls12"
# If there's a newer build queued for the same PR, cancel this one
- ps: if ($env:APPVEYOR_PULL_REQUEST_NUMBER -and $env:APPVEYOR_BUILD_NUMBER -ne ((Invoke-RestMethod `$env:APPVEYOR_ACCOUNT_NAME/$env:APPVEYOR_PROJECT_SLUG/history?recordsNumber=50).builds | `
Where-Object pullRequestId -eq $env:APPVEYOR_PULL_REQUEST_NUMBER)[0].buildNumber) { `
throw "There are newer queued builds for this pull request, failing early." }
# Download most recent Julia Windows binary
- ps: (new-object net.webclient).DownloadFile(
# Run installer silently, output to C:\projects\julia
- C:\projects\julia-binary.exe /S /D=C:\projects\julia
# Need to convert from shallow to complete for Pkg.clone to work
- IF EXIST .git\shallow (git fetch --unshallow)
- C:\projects\julia\bin\julia -e "versioninfo();
Pkg.clone(pwd(), \"Scjrm\");\"Scjrm\")"
- C:\projects\julia\bin\julia -e "Pkg.test(\"Scjrm\")"

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module Scjrm
# package code goes here
end # module

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using Scjrm
using Base.Test
# write your own tests here
@test 1 == 2