Statuses for all GitHub Actions in a pull request

Every motion block in important.Workflow seems within the list of checks for a given pull request, even if (as an example) it’s only a simple movements/bin/sh that runs an echo command.

I’ve marked just a few of these actions as required. Ideally, I would really like it to say whether the workflow is still pending after which upon failure/success, it might disguise the whole thing except the specified checks. Is it viable to configure it this way?

The usage of github coaching movement to trigger motion in every other repository???
I even have the following use case:

https://github.community/t5/GitHub-Actions/limit-of-1000-API-requests-in-an-hour/td-p/57605

Let’s say I actually have 2 repositories A and B. A is a software program package and B is an extra educational containing some not so not unusual use instances of that software program package deal, each owned via me and public.

I have Travis-CI currently going for walks on A but not B. Is it feasible to apply Github Action to trigger Travis-CI in B (something like this, new dedicate in A will trigger a sending of message “commit” in B so Travis will run in B everytime I even have new devote in A). So I can simply put a few critical assessments in A travis-ci but additionally make sure the academic run fine in B.

@kijalari ,

Your question looks same with that in this ticket.

As I mentioned in that ticket, if you want to trigger Travis-CI  from outside of  Travis , you need to check if the  Travis  has any of the following features:

1) Check if Travis has related  External events  that can be used outside of this service/platform.

2) Check if Travis has related  APIs/webhooks  that can be used outside of this service/platform.

3) Check if Travis has related  commands  that can be used outside of this service/platform.