I am new to deployment project, and this is the workflow I am thinking about:
* Bamboo building continuously, and when I like a release, I go to Deployment project and create a new release (say v10)
* v10 contain 20 commits, and 3 issues
* now I figured I dont' want to deploy v10 to production, so I create v11
* v11 is next build containing 2 commits and 1 new issue
How do I capture the next production release contains 22 commits and 4 issues, rather than 2 commits and 1 issue?
- if you deploy manually, the 'run deployment' screen will compare the currently deployed version with the version that is currently deployed
- in version page, you have tabs for commits and jira issues, when you go there you can select any version from the history and see agregated commits and issue since that version
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