I have a Bamboo plan where I get our source repository via git and compile our image (on a Linus system). The problem is I have a test that needs to run in a separate stage which needs access to not only various files in the source directory but I just found out that it needs to make some specialized images as well (i.e. access to make). I originally shared out either individual files (via artifacts) using the exact directory and wildcard like *.json for the file or a whole directory (e.g. ** or **/*). These have been working but since I now have to access the complete file structure as I need to do a make I want to share the whole structure. I've tried "my_repo/" with "**/*", "." with "**/*" among others. Seems like nothing I try has worked as I keep getting something like java.nio.file.NoSuchFileException. Can someone please share the secret as to how I can share the complete directory structure I checked out and build in my previous stage?
I prefer not to tar the entire structure but if this is the only way then can someone please share the command needed as well as the directory I need to be in (do I need to go up one level in order to get everything). Also how would I untar this in the next stage?
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