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To make a long story short, I need a way to test SeisIO.jl that supports encrypted test files. Travis-CI does this, but also started charging $70/month in June. SeisIO supports several data formats with redistribution restrictions, so I need some data to be accessible only during testing. Travis-CI simply used an encrypted tarball. That worked.
Are there any reliable CI services that are free, support testing in Linux environments, and have well-documented ways to handle such private data? Is there a different preferred method for testing Julia packages in a clean environment? I’m not even sure where to find information on what everyone is using for their package tests these days – it’s been 2 years since I had to make such fundamental changes to how I test, so I’m a bit behind, as you can imagine.
Thanks in advance.