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How to prevent building if no change is detected?

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I wonder how to prevent building if no change is detected, meaning that no new commit is detected and a duplicated package will be built.

The plan shall fail immediately or notify the user if such condition is met.

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You can use plan variables to compare if there're commits between builds

${bamboo.planRepository.1.revision} != ${bamboo.planRepository.1.previousRevision}

So I can depend on this condition in script in the plan?

I wonder whether the previous revision is last successful build or just simply last build regardless of building result. Can I still depend on the condition if last build failed?

It's value from previous build, regardless of its state

Then how can I check whether last build is successful? in case I need to rebuild when build failed.

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