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image: python

stages:
  - tests
  - after-tests

before_script:
  - pip install tox

py3:
  stage: tests
  script: tox -e py3

flake8:
  stage: tests
  script: tox -e flake8

check-manifest:
  stage: tests
  script: tox -e check-manifest

black:
  stage: tests
  script: tox -e black

# If you have mypy set up
# mypy:
#   stage: tests
#   script: tox -e mypy

# If you have your project on readthedocs, you can automatically trigger its
# build by setting:
# - READTHEDOCS_TOKEN
# - READTHEDOCS_ID
# in your heptapod project Settings > CI/CD > Variables.
# You can find those secrets by creating a new integration in your readthedocs
# project here: https://readthedocs.org/dashboard/cubicweb_%(cubename)s/integrations/
#
# Related documentation:
# https://docs.readthedocs.io/en/latest/webhooks.html#using-the-generic-api-integration
#
# trigger-readthedocs:
#   only:
#     refs:
#       - branch/default
#   stage: after-tests
#   script:
#   # regarding the " everywhere when there is a '%%': yaml is extremly weird when %% are involved
#   - curl -X POST -d "token=${READTHEDOCS_TOKEN}" https://readthedocs.org/api/v2/webhook/cubicweb_%(cubename)s/${READTHEDOCS_ID} -w "\nhttp code:"\ "%%{http_code}\n" -f