I have a build plan that should run on any agent (Linux or Windows)
In the plan I have a Script Task which calls a script file on the server. For this I have to provide the filename of my script.
Script file is called gradlew for Linux and gradlew.bat for Windows. Both files are present in the working directory when checking out the git repo.
After some troubleshooting I replaced "gradlew" by "gradlew.bat" in the script task.
This worked! But not for linux of course
I thought using an inline script could solve the problem but then I would have to call /bin/sh gradlew on Linux which won't work on Windows again.
Any ideas how to handle this?
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