In git we name our feature branches "feature/whatever". When displaying branch names, Bamboo turns this into "feature-whatever". I'd like to be able to pass this "display name" into the build to use as part of a version stamp (Maven chokes when you try to pass it a slash since it wants to use the version as part of the path).
I can think of several ways to avoid the problem altogether, but I first wanted to check whether there was simply a variable I was missing that would give me the value I'm looking for.
Seems like none of these are correct and now the real variable is broken in 7.2.4.
If I have a branch that is something like Jody/mybranch that is part of a project called project1 with plan plan1 then I get these results
Now I can obviously see in the Bamboo UI that the display name in the list of branches is Jody-mybranch, and that is what it also shows in the bamboo.planName. But I cannot get that as the branchDisplayName.
And as mentioned in the original request, there are tooling that do not like the "/" in names if you use them for things like docker tags. Using the display name from Bamboo is an easy fix since it already changes the "/" to "-". But now it doesn't work.
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