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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-34130

[skip ci] on git commit message still triggering build

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Component/s: ghprb-plugin
    • Labels:
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    • Environment:
      Jenkins ver. 1.642.4
      ghprb-plugin: 1.31.2
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      Description

      We can't get the [skip ci] option to work with this plugin.

      We put this text, [skip ci], in pretty much everything we can think of and the build still gets triggered when someone does a push to a PR.

      We tried:

      • putting the [skip ci] text in the commit message.
      • putting the [skip ci] text in the PR message body.
      • putting the [skip ci] text as a message in the PR.

      We didn't change the default value of: .[skip\W+ci].

      When someone creates a Pull Request or when someone updates a Pull Request, how do we prevent a build from being triggered?

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          grayaii Alex Gray created issue -
          grayaii Alex Gray made changes -
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          Description We can't get the [skip ci] option to work with this plugin.

          We put this text, [skip ci], in pretty much everything we can think of and the build still gets triggered when someone does a push to a PR.

          We tried:
          * putting the [skip ci] text in the commit message.
          * putting the [skip ci] text in the PR message body.
          * putting the [skip ci] text as a message in the PR.

          We didn't change the default value of: .*\[skip\W+ci\].*

          When someone creates a Pull Request or when someone updates a Pull Request, how do we prevent a build from being triggered.
          We can't get the [skip ci] option to work with this plugin.

          We put this text, [skip ci], in pretty much everything we can think of and the build still gets triggered when someone does a push to a PR.

          We tried:
          * putting the [skip ci] text in the commit message.
          * putting the [skip ci] text in the PR message body.
          * putting the [skip ci] text as a message in the PR.

          We didn't change the default value of: .*\[skip\W+ci\].*

          When someone creates a Pull Request or when someone updates a Pull Request, how do we prevent a build from being triggered?
          rtyler R. Tyler Croy made changes -
          Workflow JNJira [ 170164 ] JNJira + In-Review [ 183795 ]
          janinko Honza Brázdil made changes -
          Assignee Honza Brázdil [ janinko ]

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            Reporter:
            grayaii Alex Gray
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