Commit 8af8b961 authored by Crystal Poole's avatar Crystal Poole
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Merge branch 'jlenny-master-patch-54878' into 'master'

Release post content for workflow: rules:

See merge request gitlab-com/www-gitlab-com!32299
parents a2878f6a 79d4b6da
......@@ -6543,6 +6543,23 @@ features:
gitlab_com: true
github_com: false
github_enterprise: false
- title: "Set rules for triggering pipeline in entirety"
description: |
Define rules to decide whether an entire pipeline is run, using `workflow: rules:`
keyword provides a global setting that is evaluated first when determining if a
pipeline should run.
link_description: "Documentation"
link: "https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/ci/yaml/README.html#workflowrules"
solution: Verify
category:
- continuous_integration
gitlab_core: true
gitlab_starter: true
gitlab_premium: true
gitlab_ultimate: true
gitlab_com: true
github_com: false
github_enterprise: false
- title: "Windows Container Executor"
description: |
With this feature you are able to use Docker containers on Windows directly,
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features:
secondary:
- name: "Set rules for triggering an entire pipeline"
available_in: [core, starter, premium, ultimate]
documentation_link: 'https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/ci/yaml/README.html#workflowrules'
reporter: thaoyeager
stage: verify
issue_url: 'https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitlab/issues/29654'
description: |
Sometimes you want to define rules to decide whether an entire pipeline is run. For example, you may want a pipeline to only run on the master branch. The only way to do that before this release was to add the rule to each job. So you would end up adding duplicate criteria to every single job in the pipeline, and then if none of them end up resolving to true, the entire pipeline is skipped. This new `workflow: rules:` keyword provides more efficiency by allowing a global setting for a pipeline that is evaluated first when determining if a pipeline should run.
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