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Does excluding changesets to avoid starting the build work for a git repository?


I want the git commits made by the Maven Release plugin not to start the build. I've tried excluding changeset using regular expression, but that seems not work for me. Has anyone successed in excluding the changesets?



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Jun 07, 2012

Try adding "\n" at the end of your Repository->Advanced Options->Exclude Changesets configuration. So instead of


I'd like you to use


Does that help?

Yep. It works. Thank you!

Hi, I tried excluding a subfolder of a directory specified in "Include / exclude files" with "Include only changes that matches to the following pattern set. It seems that "Exclude changesets" pattern is then ignored. Can you affirm that this is the expected behavior? If so, is there a workaround?

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