Unverified Commit 62cf12a8 authored by teor's avatar teor
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Travis: use -std=gnu99 with NSS, and clang with Chutney

NSS:
* test NSS-specific code with -std=gnu99
* use a recent gcc version from the latest Ubuntu image

Chutney:
* use clang, so we keep one clang Linux job
* keep clang on a fast job, so the overall build finishes quickly

Closes ticket 32500 for 0.3.5.
parent 145ff92d
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## Turn off some newer features, turn on clang's -Wtypedef-redefinition
env: C_DIALECT_OPTIONS="-std=gnu99"
## We check NSS
## NSS is a fast job, clang is slower on Linux, so we do NSS clang
- env: NSS_OPTIONS="--enable-nss"
compiler: clang
## We run chutney on Linux, because it's faster than chutney on macOS
## Use -std=gnu99 to turn off some newer features, and maybe turn on some
## extra gcc warnings?
- env: CHUTNEY="yes" CHUTNEY_ALLOW_FAILURES="2" SKIP_MAKE_CHECK="yes" C_DIALECT_OPTIONS="-std=gnu99"
- env: NSS_OPTIONS="--enable-nss" C_DIALECT_OPTIONS="-std=gnu99"
## We run chutney on Linux, because it's faster than chutney on macOS
## Chutney is a fast job, clang is slower on Linux, so we do Chutney clang
- env: CHUTNEY="yes" CHUTNEY_ALLOW_FAILURES="2" SKIP_MAKE_CHECK="yes"
compiler: clang
## (Linux only) Use an older Linux image (Ubuntu Trusty)
## The Xenial and Bionic images cause permissions issues for chutney,
## this is a workaround, until we fix #32240.
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