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Pipeline in loop when using maven-release-plugin.

I have a pipeline setup to do a automated release when I commit to a specific branch. The problem is that maven-release-plugin that I use commit its changes to the same repository and branch. This triggers the same pipeline and creates a loop.

How to exclude sertain commits for a specific branch?

- step:
name: TEST01 - Automatic build and test
- maven
# Here I would like to add a check to stop if some criteria is met like commitmessage==[maven-release-plugin] or something similar
- mvn release:clean release:prepare --batch-mode -f ggw-core/pom.xml -s ggw-core/external/settings-test01.xml
- mvn release:perform -f ggw-core/pom.xml -s ggw-core/external/settings-test01.xml -X -e

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mwatson Atlassian Team Jul 12, 2018


-DscmCommentPrefix="[skip ci]"

to the release:prepare command as shown in

This will make pipelines ignore the new commits. 

Works flawlessly!!

Thank you!

You saved the week!! :) :) :)

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