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Hi, I recently made a change to a regex expression to include a couple new folders in our github repo. I tested the regex expression and the file path/name and it showed a match which is what it should show. I used https://regex101.com/ to test the change out.
I noticed that a file change that actually happened did not trigger the build or show as a commit in bamboo.
My question is do I need to recycle the bamboo server /service to pick up the regex change?
You don't need to restart the server to pickup RegEx changes. They should be reflected immediately.
Would you be able to share your RegEx and the file/path that changed and didn't trigger?
Also, are changes in the paths previously covered by the RegEx still triggering as expected?
One thing to note is that the RegEx has to cover the entire path and filename. It doesn't work off partial matches. We have some examples in the below documentation: