I'm evaluating Bamboo and would like to know if it's possible to fail a build based on a comparison of metric deltas with prior builds. Sample use-case would be: fail if code coverage drops and lines of code increases or remains the same.
Thanks in advance.
I haven't seen such a thing. However, you could probably make a script to handle it. For example
It is not ideal, but would work with not much outside dependencies. Maybe a way to do this using build artificats as well, but not positive.
I went through this. Long story short, if you're using a modern bamboo (> 5.1) , there is NOTHING that currently exists to track code quality. Not even to report it in a nice way. The checkstyle/coberture/etc plugins haven't been touched in years. Bamboo itself doesn't handle it. I find it to be one of the biggest shortcomings of the Bamboo tool.
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