$(git diff --name-only $TRAVIS_PULL_REQUEST_BRANCH $(git merge-base $TRAVIS_PULL_REQUEST_BRANCH master))
It acts like it’s going to call git, but doesn’t call
TRAVIS_PULL_REQUEST_BRANCH. The reason I think is because it’s on a forked repo, and I possibly didn’t rebase correctly and then in turn using
git rev-parse then after do what ppl on git called a “double back” do
git cherry-pick - this is all to try and have git and call
The structure of our project (I work for a fairly large sized company), t paths in which the git change applied cleanly are updated both in the index file and in our working tree, with a few branches like
I also gave it a try with
git rev-list and
$TRAVIS_COMMIT_RANGE but it includes also the new commits on the master branch.
Any idea how to get the files that are modified exclusively by the PR. I’ve been trying for hours now. @Montana I tag you because you seem to help me every time!