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CI: conditionally skip 'push' event #4872

merged 1 commit into from Apr 19, 2022

CI: conditionally skip 'push' event #4872

merged 1 commit into from Apr 19, 2022


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@juergba juergba commented Apr 17, 2022


When a maintainer pushes a commit to a feature branch linked to an open PR, two events push and pull_request are emitted. To prevent our workflow Tests from executing twice, we skipped the pull_request workflow.

As a consequence coveralls doesn't work correctly anymore since it's based somehow on the pull_request event.

For forked PR's there is only one event emitted which is pull_request.

Description of the Change

On a push event we check with gh-find-current-pr wether an open PR exists. If yes, then we skip the push workflow. So before this PR, we skipped the pull_request event, now we skip the push event.

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@coveralls coveralls commented Apr 17, 2022

Coverage Status

Coverage remained the same at 94.335% when pulling 704fe88 on juergba/gha-double into baaa41a on master.

@juergba juergba marked this pull request as ready for review Apr 18, 2022
@juergba juergba self-assigned this Apr 18, 2022
@juergba juergba added chore semver-patch labels Apr 18, 2022
@juergba juergba added this to the v10.0.0 milestone Apr 18, 2022
@juergba juergba added qa and removed chore labels Apr 18, 2022
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@juergba juergba merged commit 59f6192 into master Apr 19, 2022
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