I was playing with JenkinsFiles and Organization folders (multi-branch 
pipeline) and I was wondering:
Is there is any guarantee the 'checkout scm' command would checkout the 
exact same revision on all node, even if new commits are pushed before the 
build is finished ?
Also, I saw an environment variable that gives the branch name 
(BRANCH_NAME) but nothing for the revision. 
Do I have to call a git command after the 'checkout scm' command to extract 
the sha1 so I can stamp the build output properly ? (something like 'git 
rev-parse HEAD')

Here's a test jenkinsfile I'm using:

stage 'build'

parallel (
  BuildDebug: { node {
    checkout scm

  BuildRelease: { node {
    checkout scm


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