I am trying to integrate one of my build progresses into bamboo. But since the build needs some steps after a normal "mvn package" I wanted to add a script.
On my working environment I am running windows, so I simply wrote a little batch script, which compiled some class files, moved them to another bundle and finally zipped all up to a jar.
And exactly this progress needs to be represented within a bamboo build task.
Is there a possibility to add batch scripts to a bamboo (running on a linux machine) task?
What about the builder named "script"? What kind of script does it expect?
With 2.0, you can try installing a very old version of this plugin: https://plugins.atlassian.com/plugins/com.sysbliss.bamboo.plugins.prepost-build-command . Another solution would be to use the Script Builder to run the whole build, but that will amke Bamboo unaware of the fact that this is a Maven build - it should work though.
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