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How to cancel/not execute Bitbucket Pipelines builds based on a condition?

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I want to update my yml file to ignore commits from certain users. Is this possible? Is there a similar solution? Ideally I wouldn't even want to trigger the build in the first place.

Pseudo code example of yml file (ignore syntax, I'm just showcasing what I'm trying to do)

user = git show -s --format='%ae' $BITBUCKET_COMMIT
unwantedUser = "person@mail.com"

pipelines:
tags:
'**' && user != unwantedUser:
- step:
script:
(...)

 

What would be the actual syntax to achieve that?

1 answer

I ended up including the [skip ci] string in my commit messages to avoid triggering the pipeline.

https://stackoverflow.com/a/53162706/1792699

Thanks for taking a moment to answer your own question!

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