Author vstinner
Recipients brett.cannon, steve.dower, vstinner
Date 2020-03-05.22:21:39
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Instead of not running the job, is it technically possible to modify the jobs to do nothing for docs only changes?

.travis.yml works like that:

before_install:
  - set -e
  - |
      # Check short-circuit conditions
      if [[ "${TESTING}" != "docs" && "${TESTING}" != "doctest" ]]
      then
        if [[ "$TRAVIS_PULL_REQUEST" == "false" ]]
        then
          echo "Not a PR, doing full build."
        else
          # Pull requests are slightly complicated because $TRAVIS_COMMIT_RANGE
          # may include more changes than desired if the history is convoluted.
          # Instead, explicitly fetch the base branch and compare against the
          # merge-base commit.
          git fetch -q origin +refs/heads/$TRAVIS_BRANCH
          changes=$(git diff --name-only HEAD $(git merge-base HEAD FETCH_HEAD))
          echo "Files changed:"
          echo "$changes"
          if ! echo "$changes" | grep -qvE '(\.rst$)|(^Doc)|(^Misc)'
          then
            echo "Only docs were updated, stopping build process."
            exit
          fi
        fi
      fi
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