I found my way here via GitHub (P.S. The ReadMe says don’t open new issues, and then also links to itself as the central repository for opening new issues haha).
I’m submitting my idea/feature request (which I searched for first, so apologies if I’m double posting).
Overall, the gist is for collapsing/reducing/DRYing up the config files for TravisCI.
Going from the following (very simple) example config file…
matrix: exclude: - rvm: 2.4 gemfile: gemfiles/activerecord-4.1.Gemfile - rvm: 2.5 gemfile: gemfiles/activerecord-4.1.Gemfile - rvm: 2.3 gemfile: gemfiles/activerecord-4.0.Gemfile - rvm: 2.3 gemfile: gemfiles/activerecord-5.0.Gemfile - rvm: 2.3 gemfile: gemfiles/activerecord-5.1.Gemfile - rvm: 2.3 gemfile: gemfiles/activerecord-5.2.Gemfile
To something like:
matrix: exclude: - gemfile: gemfiles/activerecord-4.1.Gemfile rvm: [2.4, 2.5] - gemfile: gemfiles/activerecord-4.0.Gemfile rvm: [2.3, 2.5] - rvm: 2.3 gemfile: - gemfiles/activerecord-5.0.Gemfile - gemfiles/activerecord-5.1.Gemfile - gemfiles/activerecord-5.2.Gemfile
As you can see, this scales a lot better, and is easier to read.
Thanks for all the work everyone here does for TravisCI and the Open Source Community!