in reply to Re^2: How do I make a Perl install NOT use the test harness?
in thread How do I make a Perl install NOT use the test harness?
GitLab also has CI built-in, called GitLab CI. You simply need to put into place a configuration file .gitlab-ci.yml in your repo's top directory. That's it. Nothing else. You can then review the CI operations by going to the "CI / CD" tab at your GitLab repository. I've been using GitLab CI for a couple of years now after I got pissed off at Github for being bought by Microsoft and quit using them. :-)
It doesn't really matter which code management system you use these days, they will either have CI built-in or have a 3rd party CI tightly integrated. It is the way forward and I wholeheartedly commend it to all.
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Re^4: How do I make a Perl install NOT use the test harness?
by stevieb (Canon) on Jan 21, 2021 at 11:23 UTC