What if only 1 of 3 travis jobs fails?

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What if only 1 of 3 travis jobs fails?

Lars Winderling
Dear core developers,

I find myself often in a situation where 1 or 2 out of 3 travis jobs fail. So 1 or 2 of the jobs succeed anyway, the failing jobs only have some connection issue like failing to fetch some dependency jars.
In that case I know, that the build was in pricinple successful, allthough in github it looks as if it simply failed.
What should I do in that case? I couldn't find an explanation in the contribution guide, that's why I'm asking.
Should I rather
* re-trigger a build by a new push (e.g. using git commit --amend)
* add a comment to the github issue like "In principle it works, only some jobs failed. Please just merge my stuff."
* ask on the mailing list for someone to rebuild that job
* don't do anything
?

Thank you in advance for all your great work!
Best,
Lars

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Re: What if only 1 of 3 travis jobs fails?

Mike Thomsen
If one of the builds passes, don't worry about it unless you happen to
notice that for some odd reason your contribution doesn't work under one of
the other language builds.

On Wed, Jul 10, 2019 at 7:21 AM Lars Winderling <[hidden email]>
wrote:

> Dear core developers,
>
> I find myself often in a situation where 1 or 2 out of 3 travis jobs fail.
> So 1 or 2 of the jobs succeed anyway, the failing jobs only have some
> connection issue like failing to fetch some dependency jars.
> In that case I know, that the build was in pricinple successful, allthough
> in github it looks as if it simply failed.
> What should I do in that case? I couldn't find an explanation in the
> contribution guide, that's why I'm asking.
> Should I rather
> * re-trigger a build by a new push (e.g. using git commit --amend)
> * add a comment to the github issue like "In principle it works, only some
> jobs failed. Please just merge my stuff."
> * ask on the mailing list for someone to rebuild that job
> * don't do anything
> ?
>
> Thank you in advance for all your great work!
> Best,
> Lars
>