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Bamboo plan branch builds automatically on creation

I have a bunch of build plans with "Create plan branch for new branches" selected under the branch tab of the "Plan configuration" section of the build plan.

 

I notice that on initial creation of the plan branch, the build plan runs for that branch even if the repository change detection file pattern is excluding a commit from that directory in GIT.

For example, if I commit into this dir:

/source/app/a

but my project's build plan has this file detection pattern:

^/source/app/b/*

Creating a new branch on "source" but committing only into "a" still triggers a build.

Does anyone know how to avoid this?  I would only like build plans to run if I commit into directories that they are watching.

Thanks.

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robhit Atlassian Team Apr 05, 2018

Hi Salmaan,

Yes, you are right. I believe it is a known bug as described here - Branch builds do not honor Linked Repos includes/excludes on branch creation that has not been fixed yet.

Thanks,

Robhit

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