Jenkins checkout scm branch


Typically submodule initialization/updating is automatically handled by May 21, 2017 But if your git repository is hosted on Microsoft TFS for example then there's no such plugin (at the moment) which works well with the Pipeline type of Jenkins jobs. 1 day ago IMPORTANT: The following approach is a workaround and should not be used once JENKINS-37658 has been fixed. In some cases, a different behavior needs to be defined for specific branches. But if the Git repository contains submodules, they are not initialized or updated in the Jenkins build workspace. BRANCH_NAME variable if you have logical difference in your flow between branches, i. extensions + [[$class: 'SubmoduleOption', disableSubmodules: false, . openstack. 4" ETL_MKL = 'true' } stages { stage ('git'){ steps { checkout([ $class: 'GitSCM', branches: scm. Use checkout scm to automatically checkout current revision of branch; Use $env. checkout([$class: 'GitSCM', branches: [[name: '*/branch_name']], doGenerateSubmoduleConfigurations: false, extensions: [[$class: May 21, 2017 But if your git repository is hosted on Microsoft TFS for example then there's no such plugin (at the moment) which works well with the Pipeline type of Jenkins jobs. GIT_COMMIT // or def commitHash = checkout(scm). def scmVars = checkout scm def commitHash = scmVars. branches, doGenerateSubmoduleConfigurations: scm. I would also suggest cloning the branches into separate directories. Any other specific If left blank, it will default to the normal behaviour of git fetch, which retrieves all the branch heads as remotes/REPOSITORYNAME/BRANCHNAME. e. 9. com') } } } // add Git SCM for a GitHub repository with authentication job('example-4') { scm { git { remote { github('account/repo', 'ssh') credentials('github-ci-key') } } } } // checkout at a specific branch using the alternative build choosing strategy scm: name: first-scm scm: - git: url: ssh://jenkins@review. git branches: - origin/master - scm: name: second-scm scm: - git: url: (str) – URL of the bzr branch (required); clean-tree (bool) – Clean up the workspace (using bzr) before pulling the branch (default false); lightweight-checkout (bool) – Use Jun 4, 2017 pipeline { agent any environment { CXX = "g++-4. branches, doGenerateSubmoduleConfigurations: false, extensions: scm. In this case, you will probably use the "Pipeline: SCM Step" to clone the repository. Typically submodule initialization/updating is automatically handled by Jenkinsfile s and Multibranch. org:29418/first. For MultiBranch Pipelines, the source code can be checked out with a simple checkout scm in the Jenkinsfile . This default behaviour is OK You can use the intrinsic function in Jenkins Pipeline created for Git cloning and pulling. 4" LD = "g++-4. For Jenkinsfile Apr 23, 2017 Want those neat stages to show up in the Jenkins job homepage? who-broke-it. Example: checkout([$class: 'GitSCM', branches: [[name: Jenkinsfile s and Multibranch. to distinguish different behavior for production-ready branches versus sandbox or pull request branches. checkout([$class: 'GitSCM', branches: [[name: '*/branch_name']], doGenerateSubmoduleConfigurations: false, extensions: [[$class: When using a Multibranch Pipeline job type, the Jenkinsfile in the SCM repository branch being built contains the statement checkout scm. GitSCM node / gitConfigName('DSL User') node / gitConfigEmail('me@me. com') } } } // add Git SCM for a GitHub repository with authentication job('example-4') { scm { git { remote { github('account/repo', 'ssh') credentials('github-ci-key') } } } } // checkout at a specific branch using the alternative build choosing strategy 1 day ago IMPORTANT: The following approach is a workaround and should not be used once JENKINS-37658 has been fixed. Then wrap your stuff in stages, eg: [] stage('setupenv') { node(nodename) { sh 'mkdir -p ' + builddir dir(builddir) { checkout([$class: 'GitSCM', branches: [[name: '*/master']], doGenerateSubmoduleConfigurations: false, May 12, 2017 sourceCommitHash}"]) } } def execute(command){ ansiColor('xterm'){ bat command } } def rake(command) { execute("chef exec rake -t ${command}") } def fetch(scm, cookbookDirectory, currentBranch){ checkout([$class: 'GitSCM', branches: scm. GIT_COMMIT. Then wrap your stuff in stages, eg: [] stage('setupenv') { node(nodename) { sh 'mkdir -p ' + builddir dir(builddir) { checkout([$class: 'GitSCM', branches: [[name: '*/master']], doGenerateSubmoduleConfigurations: false, GitSCM node / gitConfigName('DSL User') node / gitConfigEmail('me@me. Example: checkout([$class: 'GitSCM', branches: [[name: When using a Multibranch Pipeline job type, the Jenkinsfile in the SCM repository branch being built contains the statement checkout scm