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Parallel Pipelines: How to ignore the default if the PR is raised?

I am having a pipeline as follows:

...

pipelines
:
default:
-
parallel:
-
step: name: 'Build and Test'
caches: - node
script:
- npm install
-
npm test

...

pull-requests:
'**': # All
- parallel:
-
step:

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?

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Hello,

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

[skip ci]

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.

Kind regards,
Theodora

That is really helpful hint to add to the commit message.

Like Theodora Boudale likes this

its not working in my case

If i use [skip ci] in my commit message ,default build won't run on the latest commit of feature-branch, but the PR build also not running.

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