Thanks for your answer. No that's not it. I'm running a pipeline but it could
be manual execution as well and basically I want the ability the say my shell
script is conditional and should only run if there was a change in the source.
Regardless of how the build was triggered.
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On Tue, Oct 18, 2016 at 8:28 PM +0100, "Rachel"
I don't know if I've understood you correctly, but I usually configure my jobs
* Build Triggers > Poll SCM
With this option you specify when you want to check your SCM (e.g. hourly,
every 2 hours, ...) and a new build is executed only if changes are detected
from the last build. Is that you're looking for?
El martes, 18 de octubre de 2016, 11:22:35 (UTC+2), Teichner Peter escribió:
I’m trying to find the right solution for using a conditional multiple build
step depending if there was a code change. I have seen a solution by checking
ROOT_BUILD_CAUSE but that might be unreliable as the execution could be
manually triggered but there could still be code change. I need this so I wont
build the software unless there was an actual change in the code change. Thanks
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