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Is there a way to have TWO plan in a YAML file. I've check the reference and it seems possible:
# bamboo.yaml --- !include 'planA.yaml' --- !include 'planB.yaml' # planA.yaml --- version: 2 # ... # planB.yaml --- version: 2 # ...
However, every time I try this:
- Short Validation 1:
- OS: Linux
- echo "build-ONE"
- Short Validation 2:
- OS: Linux
- echo "build-TWO"
(also tried using include file, same results)
I only get the first plan to be build....
What I'm I doing wrong?
I know the example is basic, but ultimately is to have a generic plan, and a plan to build only at night (different stage)
Plans at your sample have same key, but keys and names should be unique
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