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  2. JENKINS-32109

Split out setting of "recent changes" into its own build step

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      With JENKINS-32107, other build steps will be able to see which APK(s) have been uploaded during a build.

      So the current "Recent changes" part of the APK upload build step could be (potentially) split out into its own build step, where it would automatically pick up the APKs used (and credentials).

      This would be good, as this new "Upload recent changes text" would be helpful as a standalone build step. e.g. There is an APK in beta, with beta-tester release notes. When using Jenkins to promote that APK to production, you may also want to apply updated release notes.

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          terrypearson Terry Pearson added a comment - - edited

          When publishing to the play console [without Jenkins], they always give the option to update your "recent changes" message, even if you are just moving from a closed testing to production. It would be good to duplicate that action. And it would be easiest to do that by just breaking this into a separate step (or at least allowing it as a separate step).

          The next best option would be to allow the recentChangeList  in the androidApkMove function.

          terrypearson Terry Pearson added a comment - - edited When publishing to the play console [without Jenkins] , they always give the option to update your "recent changes" message, even if you are just moving from a closed testing to production. It would be good to duplicate that action. And it would be easiest to do that by just breaking this into a separate step (or at least allowing it as a separate step). The next best option would be to allow the recentChangeList  in the androidApkMove function.

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