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12:35 <jhford> does anyone have a currently working example of a postgres 9.6 setup on travis?
12:35 <jhford> https://docs.travis-ci.com/user/database-setup/#PostgreSQL
12:35 <jhford> that seems to not work fully
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12:37 <jhford> $ sudo service postgresql start 9.6
12:37 <jhford> PostgreSQL 9.6 is not installed!
12:41 <jhford> it appears that I was trying to use postgres 9.6 with the default precise image, which isn't supported. typically, I didn't realise until after i already sent my message here :)
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16:58 <fendor> hey, i'm trying to execute a binary in a after_script:, but it fails with the message no such file or directoy
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21:14 <madaari> Hello devs, Is there an established way to mine all the errors raised by travis if given a public repo's github url?
21:15 <madaari> I want to study the relationship between the errors produced and the correction user does to resolve it
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