Currently the FreeCAD repo on GitHub will trigger a build on the below two CI systems. Between these systems pretty much all the main cross-platforms OSs are coveredː Linux, MacOSX, and Windows. CIs can also be used to run unit tests.
Tests against Linux and OSX. The config file is called .travis.yml and it lives in the top directory of FreeCAD.
To view current and past buildsː https://travis-ci.org/FreeCAD/FreeCAD/builds
Tests against Windows. The config file is called appveyor.yml
and it lives in the top directory of FreeCAD. To view current and previous Appveyor buildsː https://ci.appveyor.com/project/yorikvanhavre/freecad/history
- If you add
[skip ci] or
[ci skip] to a git commit it will cancel a CI build.
- Installation: Unix, Windows, Mac; Getting started
- Basics: About FreeCAD, Workbenches, Preferences, Document structure, Interface Customization, Properties, Mouse Model; Tutorials
- Workbenches: Std Base; Arch, Draft, FEM, Image, Inspection, Mesh, OpenSCAD, Part, PartDesign, Path, Plot, Points, Raytracing, Reverse Engineering, Robot, Ship, Sketcher, Spreadsheet, Start, Surface workbench, TechDraw, Test Framework, Web
- Scripting: Introduction to Python, FreeCAD scripting tutorial, FreeCAD Scripting Basics, How to install macros, Gui Command, Units Modules: Builtin modules, Workbench creation, Installing more workbenches Meshes: Mesh Scripting, Mesh Module Parts: The Part Module, Topological data scripting, PythonOCC, Mesh to Part Coin scenegraph: The Coin/Inventor scenegraph, Pivy Qt interface: PySide, Using the FreeCAD GUI, Dialog creation Parametric objects: Scripted objects Other: Code snippets, Line drawing function, Embedding FreeCAD, FreeCAD vector math library, Power users hub, Python, Macros, FreeCAD Scripting Basics, Topological data scripting