I have read the section here but it seems to apply in the "git" context and does not help me. In the artifact contact, if '*' does not match "/", does it mean that 'dist/*' match all files and not directories ? and "dist/**" does match everything files and subfolders ?
So I am confused with simple and double asterisk glob patterns (in particular in artificats context). What are the differences between these examples ?
artifacts: - dist/*/folder
artifacts: - dist/**/folder
artifacts: - dist/*
artifacts: - dist/**
Which ones do include hidden files/directories ?
If I want to "artifact" a folder and all its content, can I just do ? :
artifacts: - dist
(Bonus: Is it an "atlassian" glob pattern trick or is it following a standard ? )
I have a basic little example pipeline that might help make things clearer here: https://bitbucket.org/lvoller/testing-things/src/fc5f1e247f835fc81dd73a8151c36207c74d8d4d/bitbucket-pipelines.yml
You could also use - dist/*.js to only select .js files as artifacts to pass to the next step.
I hope that helps!
oh, and in answer to your questions 1) and 2) the difference is how far through the directory structure you'll go.
the first example (dist/*/folder) could find
Where as dist/**/folder would find
as it keeps going beyond the current directory.
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