23 Nov '12, 7pm

@myronmarston let me know if you have any questions!

(Due credit to Trung Lê 's article on which all this is based) We recently moved our project's CI from a TeamCity server onto Travis CI's new private CI-as-a-service program. We compared several other hosted CI services and found Travis to be the easiest to use, and with the help of Trung's article also the easiest to debug. Travis provides all their build worker images as Vagrant boxes available for download. I'd never worked with Vagrant before, but getting it set up is pretty simple. Follow the guide on Vagrant's page and download the latest version of Vagrant. I've found that the boxes that Travis provide right now don't work with VirtualBox 4.2, and so I'd recommend installing VirtualBox with 4.1 from their 'older builds' page . Once you're done installing both, you'll want to install the worker box. The Ruby box is installable via vagrant box add travis-ruby http://f...

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