Script task to list the repositories and their revision during build

I want to write a script task that will output a file with all the Git repositories used by the build and the revision/commit it is building.

Basically, I'd like to write the Bamboo Build result summary page to a file and store this file in the build artifact zip.

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Hello D K,

If you are running the Source Code Checkout task, Bamboo will have information about your repository. That said, you can make use of Bamboo Variables in a Script task, sending them to a file:

echo ${bamboo.repository.svn.repositoryUrl} >> file.txt
echo ${bamboo.repository.revision.number} >> file.txt
...

You can list all environment variables available to the build by running the following on a Script task:

# Windows
set
 
# Linux/MacOS
env

Please, refer to https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/BAMBOO/Bamboo+variables for more information.

Kind regards,

Rafael

Hi,

In my case it is a Bamboo Plan made up of 30+ Git repos with 30+ Jobs. A Job to build each repo.

There doesn't seem to be any Bamboo variable to get the Jobs Git repo and Git commit.

I know there is the property ${bamboo.planRepository.<position>.revision} but what happens if a repo is added/removed. Won't the position change?

Is there anything like ${bamboo.jobTaskRepository.name} and  ${bamboo.jobTaskRepository.revision}  and ${bamboo.jobTaskRepository.branchName}

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