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Building Vagrant Boxes with VeeWee on TravisCI

, 6 Dec 2012 CPOL
(Pro Tip: you can safely skip the first 3 paragraphs) We’ve all been there: You push some .travis.yml commits and your clone gets parachuted into VM Land – only to find that things don’t go quite as expected. As the credits roll, you can’t help but feel a little anger towards
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