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environment:

  matrix:

    # For Python versions available on Appveyor, see
    # http://www.appveyor.com/docs/installed-software#python

    - PYTHON: "C:\\Python36"
    - PYTHON: "C:\\Python37"
    - PYTHON: "C:\\Python38"
    - PYTHON: "C:\\Python36-x64"
    - PYTHON: "C:\\Python37-x64"
    - PYTHON: "C:\\Python38-x64"

matrix:
  allow_failures:
    - UNSTABLE: 1

install:
  # Upgrade to the latest pip.
  - '%PYTHON%\\python.exe -m pip install -U pip setuptools wheel'
  - '%PYTHON%\\python.exe -m pip install -r requirements_dev.txt'

build: off

test_script:
  # Note that you must use the environment variable %PYTHON% to refer to
  # the interpreter you're using - Appveyor does not do anything special
  # to put the Python version you want to use on PATH.
  - "%PYTHON%\\python.exe -m pytest"

after_test:
  # This step builds your wheels.
  - "%PYTHON%\\python.exe setup.py bdist_wheel"

artifacts:
  # bdist_wheel puts your built wheel in the dist directory
  - path: dist\*

#on_success:
#  You can use this step to upload your artifacts to a public website.
#  See Appveyor's documentation for more details. Or you can simply
#  access your wheels from the Appveyor "artifacts" tab for your build.