I’m trying to upload an epub file containing documentation as an asset to a release tag on Github.
I’m using this travis.yml. I have verified that the build process indeed creates the file
However, at the end of the build logs, the “Preparing deploy” and “Deploying application” steps show no output at all:
0Ktravis_fold:start:dpl_0 0Ktravis_time:start:10b440fa 0K$ rvm $(travis_internal_ruby) --fuzzy do ruby -S gem install dpl Successfully installed dpl-1.10.14 1 gem installed travis_time:end:10b440fa:start=1577384026546652495,finish=1577384028329086325,duration=1782433830,event=after_success 0Ktravis_fold:end:dpl_0 0Ktravis_time:start:0212973d 0Ktravis_fold:start:dpl.1 Installing deploy dependencies Successfully installed multipart-post-2.1.1 Successfully installed faraday-0.15.4 Successfully installed public_suffix-3.0.3 Successfully installed addressable-2.7.0 Successfully installed sawyer-0.8.2 Successfully installed octokit-4.6.2 Successfully installed mime-types-data-3.2019.1009 Successfully installed mime-types-3.3 Successfully installed dpl-releases-1.10.14 9 gems installed travis_fold:end:dpl.1 Logged in as Michael Goerz Deploying to repo: goerz-forks/pypkg_x8uqn Current tag is: v0.1.0-rc24 Setting target_commitish to 71db06aa7f7a943c11aa11298c52e57ddce4da46 travis_fold:start:dpl.2 Preparing deploy travis_fold:end:dpl.2 travis_fold:start:dpl.3 Deploying application travis_fold:end:dpl.3 travis_time:end:0212973d:start=1577384028339181994,finish=1577384033706988865,duration=5367806871,event=after_success 0K Done. Your build exited with 0.
No assets are attached to the release.
Any ideas on how to get this to work? Can
dpl be made more verbose?