Archives for the tag: stash

What the heck is the quiet period? The quiet period is a optional setting on each repository connected to Bamboo. After seeing that a commit has been made to the repo, the quiet period (if enabled) tells Bamboo how long to wait before actually kicking off the build. It lives under the Advanced options in the Linked Repositories configuration screen. Here's what the configuration looks like: Fun Fact! The quiet period was originally invented to cater for the fact that CVS commits are

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As Git solidifies its position as the version-control-of-choice in the workplace, Stash is delighting those workplace Git users. And it's no surprise: Stash is fantastic for organizing repos, digging into the code, and managing the flow of code from branch to branch. But... If you're not using Bamboo for continuous integration and delivery in combination with Stash, you're not maximizing Stash's full potential. Here's why. Efficient use of time & build resources One thing nearly all

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Bamboo 5.6: enterprise-scale CI for teams of all sizes

Continuous integration is a tall order, even in an ideal scenario: a small team working on a green-field project where test and deploy automation is baked in from the start. Now add legacy code, multiple business units, and thousands of engineers to the equation. Certainly doesn't make things any easier, does it?  Today we're delighted to announce the release of Bamboo 5.6, with a host of features designed to better support CI at enterprise scale. So to all you 100-agent users out there: if

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I've been doing a bit of traveling lately on the second leg of the Getting Git Right tour. It's been a blast meeting so many devs from around the world. It's been particularly incredible to see how much git adoption has grown amongst attendees in the few months since we did the first leg of the tour. When we presented in July, almost all attendees raised their hand when we asked "Who's using git?". However, there is one low point during every evening that I've hosted: the moment after I ask the

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Stash 3.1: Get more out of your code reviews

In our on-going efforts to continuously provide the best code review experience in Stash, we are excited to deliver two ways for you to better collaborate with your team on code review. From attaching files for more robust code discussions to searching for specific text strings in diffs, get all the details you need for a kick-ass code review process. Try Stash today Search a diff, any diff With commits and pull requests often encompassing multiple files, it's hard to search for specific changes across all

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Git Essentials-enabled Experts – talk to one today!

Since we launched Git Essentials in February, some Atlassian Experts – local partners who help customers with deployment, implementation, training, and more – have been working with customers to get them going with the solution. Want your team to be the next one to implement Git best practices? Need help migrating from SVN to Git? Or do you just want to add a product from the solution to your existing Atlassian toolset to take advantage of the awesome integrations? We've got the Expert

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