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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-26268

Git with multiple repos fails if remotes/ used in branch specifier


      1. Create a *new* job with two git repository URLs (note: two remotes, not MultiSCM). Ensure you name give the second one a different remote name. For example:

      origin -> git://github.com/blt04/jenkins-test1.git
      upstream -> git://github.com/blt04/jenkins-test2.git

      2. Set the branch specifier to "remotes/origin/master"
      3. Run the job.

      Expected results:
      Job runs with origin/master

      Actual results:
      Job does not run. Console log looks similar to:

      Seen branch in repository origin/master
      Seen branch in repository upstream/master
      Seen branch in repository upstream/test2-only
      Seen 3 remote branches
      ERROR: Couldn't find any revision to build. Verify the repository and branch configuration for this job.

      NOTE: This only occurs if you have never built the job before. If you've ever successfully built, this works fine.

            ndeloof Nicolas De Loof
            blt04 Brandon Turner
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