I am having a pipeline as follows:
- step: name: 'Build and Test'
caches: - node
- npm install
- npm test
'**': # All
If I have a pull request open, I would like to ignore the default and keep only the check of the PR. Is it feasible?
I assume that the use case you are referring to is an open pull request from e.g.
feature-branch -> master, and when new commits are pushed to feature-branch then run only the PR build and skip the default for feature-branch?
If so, then you can do the following: let's say you want to push 3 commits to feature-branch. In the commit message of the last commit, include
so the commit message might look like
Creating files X and Y [skip ci]
This way, when you push, the default build won't run on the latest commit of feature-branch, but the PR build will still run.
Please feel free to let me know if this works for you and if you have any questions.
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