I'm new to Bamboo, and am confused by how branches differ. I started using Bamboo when my master branch was pretty much legacy, so I created a plan for my new branch, call it "A". That went along for awhile as I learned a bit about Bamboo. I got it to eventually check out the source, run a Script (when just ran "make bamboo-test"), then execute a JUnit parser to count the passing/failing tests.
How do I get those tasks to run for a new branch, call it "B"? I renamed plan A to B and manually ran the branch, but it seemed to try run the master plan, which is effectively defunct, the Makefile having no "bamboo-test" target.
How do I get my old plan for branch A to run on branch B?
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