Build And Release Pipeline

Currently we use Codeship for testing and Travis is used to run tests across all forks and deploying the gems.

When a Pull Request is submitted, Travis will automatically execute all default tasks defined in the Rakefile found in the repo root and display the results in the PR. When a committer wishes to deploy a new release the following procedure should be followed:

  1. ensure all tests pass (the deploy won’t happen if this fails)
  2. ensure the is updated by the end user following the conventions laid out in Keep A Changelog
  3. ensure the version was bumpped in ../lib/plugin/version.rb by the user
  4. create a release in the gh gui or create a tag and push it. The tag should be the same as the new version.

All tag commits that pass tests in all supported runtimes will kick a deploy to Rubygems.

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