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chore: failing to set the appveyor version should not be a fatal build error #1263

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ghuntley commented Feb 4, 2017

Do you want to request a feature or report a bug?


What is the current behaviour?

When a build starts, the initial identifier is an auto-incremented value supplied by AppVeyor. As part of the build script, this version in AppVeyor is changed to be the version obtained from GitVersion. This identifier is purely cosmetic and is used by the core team to correlate a build with the pull-request.

In some circumstances, such as restarting a failed/cancelled build the identifier in AppVeyor will be already updated and default behaviour is to throw an exception/cancel the build when in fact it is safe to swallow or append additional metadata (like the epoch when the build was started)

What is the expected behavior?

This throwing should not be a fatal build error

Which versions of ReactiveUI, and which platform / OS are affected by this issue? Did this work in previous versions of ReativeUI? Please also test with the latest stable and snapshot ( versions.


Other information (e.g. stacktraces, related issues, suggestions how to fix)

This is the root cause of the build problems experienced at #1252 - once this has been merged, update that PR via the update branch button and it will work again.

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coveralls commented Feb 4, 2017

Coverage Status

Coverage remained the same at 65.574% when pulling 01760e9 on issue-1262 into b770d75 on develop.

@ghuntley ghuntley merged commit 817dcce into develop Feb 4, 2017

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coverage/coveralls Coverage remained the same at 65.574%

@ghuntley ghuntley deleted the issue-1262 branch Feb 4, 2017

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