Simple git subcommand to display the current build status for the project you are in.
npm -g install git-travis
Change into a git repo that has builds on Travis-CI.
git travis to display the latest build.
To access github data over ssh, generate a GitHub Personal Access Token, make sure you have the following environment variable
Using my fork of YUI3
$ cd yui3$ git travisFetching build status for davglass/yui3✔ davglass/yui3Compare:✔ 5b8b97f (3.x) Merge branch 'master' into 3.x (Dav Glass <firstname.lastname@example.org>) (finished)✔ 446.1 node_js 0.6✔ 446.2 node_js 0.8✔ 446.3 node_js 0.9
Using the lodash repo
$ cd lodash$ git travisFetching build status for bestiejs/lodash✔ bestiejs/lodashCompare:✔ 28d5056 (master) Add json3.js, remove json2 and jslitmus from vendors. (John-David Dalton <email@example.com>) (finished)✔ 56.1 node_js 0.6✔ 56.2 node_js 0.8
It also supports your current working branch. It will try to locate the latest build from your current active branch and show that to you.
[yeti][grover (0.1.0)] ➔ git travisFetching build status for davglass/grover:0.1.0✔ davglass/groverCompare:✔ 13206b8 (0.1.0) Change for travis (Dav Glass <firstname.lastname@example.org>) (finished)✔ 61.1 node_js 0.8✔ 61.2 node_js 0.9[yeti][grover (0.1.0)] ➔ git co masterSwitched to branch 'master'[yeti][grover (master)] ➔ git travisFetching build status for davglass/grover:master✔ davglass/groverCompare:✔ 7295735 (master) Removed deprecated 0.4 node build (Dav Glass <email@example.com>) (finished)✔ 60.1 node_js 0.8✔ 60.2 node_js 0.9
This was a simple script because I liked it, I'll add some configuration to it in the future.