I've been thinking about using Travis CI for the Python plugins on github to check them for validity but I'm kinda struggling right now because ... well.
When I didn't have a ".travis.yml" file it just failed because it didn't know it had to use Python (2.6). After adding the file and telling it to use the desired language and version I found the problem: I don't really have a build process to begin with. So, instead of "building" the *.py files I decided to just run pep8 on the source which, I'd say, works but does not check for code validity whatsoever.
So, coming to the question: Does anyone have experiences with Travis CI and knows how I could create a suitable setup for a sublime plugin? (considering that "sublime" and "sublime_plugin" are predefined modules and it does not have an actual "build" process)