I have implemented pipelines and configured my pipeline to have one custom pipeline and one on the master branch.
When the auto trigger branch pipeline runs, it just clones the branch which triggers the pipeline. But I need other branches as well to do git diff and get the delta changes. As a workaround I have to clone the entire repository again and checkout the branches which I need for my diff.
On the other hand if I run the pipeline manually though the custom pipeline. It clones all the branches.
Please find attached the screenshot from the 2 builds.
Is there any settings on pipelines to clone the entire repository?
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