2014-04-14 13:53 GMT-03:00 <srinath0...@gmail.com>:
> Hi Folks,
> I'm new to GIT.
> I'm trying to checkout a specific file from GIT using Jenkins, I didn't
> any way how to get a specific file form GIT.
> Could any one tel how to do this by using jenkins or GIT command.
> we are accesing git through STASH my repository is like
> <http://g...@stash.xyz.com:7999/repo/test.git> *
> *there are 20 folders under test repo, my requirement is checkout a
> specific file/folder from test repo.*
> *This is my requirement:*
> I have almost 20+ products, So, I would like to keep all my configuration
> and property files which are required to build my project.
> Eg: I will create a repository with the name CM under this I will create
> different folders.
> All configuration files of product A is under A folder
> All configuration files of product B is under B folder
> Developer will select product name based on that my Jenkins GIT job will
> get those property files only not all under CM repo.
> Thanks in Advance.
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Hi, may be a better approach use a different repository for every product
instead of creating a single repo.
Or if the configuration files are the same but with different configuration
values, you may consider using branches for each product.
Nelson Efrain A. Cruz - https://plus.google.com/106845325502523605960/about
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