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    Hmm. If you are already using github is there some objection to using something like circle-ci to do the continuous integration? I have the exact same use case as the author, and I use circle-ci (just picked it randomly from the huge menu of CI options).

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      I guess this is for local testing without the need for a permanent central service.

      If you can have that central service, and it can do local execution before checking in then go for it.

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        I don’t think there’s an objection. It’s just a quick and easy way to test the repo locally. Not necessarily as part of a CI or CD pipeline.

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          and CircleCi has a really nice local tool for exercising the full build/test pipeline!