Travis CI is one of the most mature Continuous Integration (CI) solutions on the market. Travis CI includes excellent GitHub integration and support, and a simple and quick setup process for multiple architectures, including Arm.
Travis CI supports native builds for AArch64 through its free hosted CI solution for open source projects. If your open source project is on GitHub already, its easy to change configuration to accommodate the Arm architecture by adding specific keys to the Travis YAML file. For testing private repositories, visit the Travis CI plans page for a solution that fits your needs.
Enables developers to start testing their GitHub projects for multiple architectures, including Arm, on bare metal servers in the cloud, without having to manage their own infrastructure. Travis CI is free for open source projects.
Since adding Arm support, hundreds of open source projects already use Travis CI to test their builds for the Arm architecture. Some notable projects include OpenSSL, Ruby, FluentBit, HTTPD, OvS, syslog-ng, ISA-L, PARSEC, Pandas, and QEMU.
Guides for using Travis CI with a variety of programming languages make it easy to get your project up and running.
Arm build jobs on Travis CI are fast to start because Travis CI uses the LXD system container manager. LXD provides a full operating system inside a Linux container, and is light on CPU and memory resources. Arm was the first architecture in which Travis introduced the LXD container model.
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