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01:11 <BlueProtoman> Is there a way I can test a Travis file locally (using a Dockerfile or something) so I don't have to keep making stupid little commits?
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04:15 <travis-ci> MichelML/bbpr#76 (master - 08957d7 : MichelML): The build passed.
04:15 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/MichelML/bbpr/compare/827c232d9293...08957d748319
04:15 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/MichelML/bbpr/builds/236244762
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04:16 <travis-ci> MichelML/bbpr#75 (master - 827c232 : MichelML): The build passed.
04:16 <travis-ci> Change view : https://github.com/MichelML/bbpr/compare/a2dd6bbc2423...827c232d9293
04:16 <travis-ci> Build details : https://travis-ci.org/MichelML/bbpr/builds/236244556
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05:15 <kent\n> canvon: Btw, IRC notifications should work again, I reported the issue to travis, they fixed it, and now as you can see, they're turning up in this channel sometimes :D
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05:35 <canvon> kent\n: great :]
05:36 <kent\n> apparently they were getting rate-limited by freenode, so all the notifications went to /dev/null ;)
05:36 <canvon> ^^'
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12:29 <nano-> Hi. Has environments changed recently?
12:30 <nano-> I have CI_USER_TOKEN set for one repository, and if I push to a fork of that, this env is set, even if "travis env list" comes up empty. It doesnt work, but before I could check if CI_USER_TOKEN was an empty string. I cant do this any longer.
12:31 <nano-> So it seems like its decrypted but corrupt. It's a 41 character long string if I pipe it through wc -c.
12:32 <nano-> It used to be a zero length string which my scripts checks for, and avoids trying to push.
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12:45 <nano-> yep, looks like it fails, its in the logs as well,
12:45 <nano-> Setting environment variables from .travis.yml
12:45 <nano-> $ export CI_USER_TOKEN=[secure]
12:45 <nano-> $ export BUILD_MODE=analysis
12:45 <nano-> That's bizarre. My user doesn't set that token in the env. "travis env list" for this repo is empty.
12:50 <nano-> So what I want is that CI_USER_TOKEN not to be set in forks.
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