We are using bamboo plan branches to do internal releases towards our testing team. E.g. there is a branch "release/tool-1.0", the next release branch will be named "release/tool-2.0" and so on...
The git branches matching the pattern "release/*" are build by a single build plan, that creates plan branches as soon as a new release branch appears.
I now got a bamboo deployment project to promote the internal releases to the testing team. Unfortunately I have to edit the deployment project every time there is a new release branch. The deployment project seems to be not aware of the plan branches feature.
So how to correctly use plan branches, without the need to manually edit the deployment project every single release?
This is how we've addressed this problem:
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