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environment:

  # SDK v7.0 MSVC Express 2008's SetEnv.cmd script will fail if the
  # /E:ON and /V:ON options are not enabled in the batch script interpreter
  # See: http://stackoverflow.com/a/13751649/163740
  # 2018-01-19 PAK: probably irrelevant now that we are using tinycc rather than msvc
  #CMD_IN_ENV: "cmd /E:ON /V:ON /C obvci_appveyor_python_build_env.cmd"

  # Workaround for https://github.com/conda/conda-build/issues/636
  PYTHONIOENCODING: "UTF-8"

  matrix:
    # Note: Because we have to separate the py2 and py3 components due to compiler version, we have a race condition for non-python packages.
    # Not sure how to resolve this, but maybe we should be tracking the VS version in the build string anyway?
    - TARGET_ARCH: "x86"
      CONDA_PY: "27"
      PY_CONDITION: "python >=2.7,<3"
      CONDA_INSTALL_LOCN: "C:\\Miniconda"
#    - TARGET_ARCH: "x86"
#      CONDA_PY: "34"
#      PY_CONDITION: "python >=3.4,<3.5"
#      CONDA_INSTALL_LOCN: "C:\\Miniconda3"
    - TARGET_ARCH: "x86"
      CONDA_PY: "35"
      PY_CONDITION: "python >=3.5,<3.6"
      CONDA_INSTALL_LOCN: "C:\\Miniconda35"
    - TARGET_ARCH: "x64"
      CONDA_PY: "27"
      PY_CONDITION: "python >=2.7,<3"
      CONDA_INSTALL_LOCN: "C:\\Miniconda-x64"
#    - TARGET_ARCH: "x64"
#      CONDA_PY: "34"
#      PY_CONDITION: "python >=3.4,<3.5"
#      CONDA_INSTALL_LOCN: "C:\\Miniconda3-x64"
    - TARGET_ARCH: "x64"
      CONDA_PY: "35"
      PY_CONDITION: "python >=3.5,<3.6"
      CONDA_INSTALL_LOCN: "C:\\Miniconda35-x64"

# We always use a 64-bit machine, but can build x86 distributions
# with the TARGET_ARCH variable (which is used by CMD_IN_ENV).
platform:
    - x64

install:
    # Set the CONDA_NPY, although it has no impact on the actual build.
    # We need this because of a test within conda-build.
    - cmd: set CONDA_NPY=19

    # Remove cygwin (and therefore the git that comes with it).
    # 2018-01-19 PAK: irrelevant since we already pulled the repo
    #- cmd: rmdir C:\cygwin /s /q

    # Set the conda path; would be nice to do this
    - cmd: path %CONDA_INSTALL_LOCN%\Scripts;%PATH%

    # Use the pre-installed Miniconda for the desired arch
    #
    # However, it is really old. So, we need to update some
    # things before we proceed. That seems to require it being
    # on the path. So, we temporarily put conda on the path
    # so that we can update it. Then we remove it so that
    # we can do a proper activation.
    - cmd: conda update --yes --quiet conda python
    - cmd: call %CONDA_INSTALL_LOCN%\Scripts\activate.bat
    #- cmd: conda config --add channels conda-forge
    #- cmd: conda config --set show_channel_urls true
    #- cmd: conda install --yes --quiet obvious-ci
    # 2018-01-19 PAK: skipping toolchain cython and cffi (these were for pyopencl?)
    - cmd: conda install --yes --quiet numpy scipy matplotlib docutils setuptools pytest
    # 2018-01-19 PAK: skipping pyopencl; this would be needed for deploy but maybe not for test
    #- cmd: conda install --yes --channel conda-forge pyopencl
    # 2018-01-19 PAK: 3rd party packages might need msvc, so %CMD_IN_ENV% may be needed for pip
    - cmd: pip install bumps unittest-xml-reporting tinycc

build_script:
    # Build the project
    # 2018-01-19 PAK: maybe need one of this if using msvc?
    #- "%CMD_IN_ENV% python setup.py build"
    #- cmd /E:ON /V:ON /C obvci_appveyor_python_build_env.cmd python setup.py build
    - python setup.py build

test_script:
    # Run the project tests
    # 2018-01-19 PAK: maybe need one of this if using msvc?
    #- "%CMD_IN_ENV% python -m sasmodels.model_test dll all"
    #- cmd /E:ON /V:ON /C obvci_appveyor_python_build_env.cmd python -m sasmoels.model_test dll all
    #- python -m sasmodels.model_test dll all
    #- nosetests -v sasmodels/*.py
    #- python -m pytest -v --cache-clear
    - python setup.py test --pytest-args -v