I submitted a pull request (precision computation for Mask R-CNN), the first commit (finished 60/65 checks) had several minor issues (PEP8 style), which I fixed and added a new commit. The commit was halted by CircleCI, and the reported error was lack of macOS support (first commit was successful). Any suggestions? The error says:
Apologies! Your build didn’t run because you haven’t selected a plan that includes macOS yet. Please [change to a Performance Plan. ]. f you have any questions please feel free to contact support.
First, I forked vision. Then, I created a commited on this fork, and it at least seems to be doing something on my branch. I sent pull request after the first commit. Here’s the screenshot of the commit on my branch:
So I ended up stopping all commits and unfollowing my account, since some CircleCI’s services are not free event for such jobs. So I’m quite confused now, should I roll back commits and start a new one?
CircleCI also told someone on your side should review the pull request and merge the commits. The last one should be clean, the only issues I found were trailing whitespaces. If not, I’d like to know what and where I did wrong.