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"Custom revision" how does it work?

Does it work with setting git tag on current commit? Does it do anything relate to git tag?

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So you mean that Custom revision never sets any value. Only read.

So e.g. if there is a git tag with version x.y.z, and custom build does target that build, then a checkout of that commit is done.

If there is a custom build with custom version q.w.e and there is no version information related to it, then the build should fail(?)

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Steffen Opel _Utoolity_
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Aug 16, 2019 • edited

A "custom revision" is related to Running a customized manual build, where you can not only override Bamboo variables, but also "Choose the revision of the default repository that should be used".

So instead of implicitly running the latest revision when running a build manually, you can explicitly specify an older revision to (re)create a build artifact based on previous versions etc.:

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