Jenkins: avoid build due to commit message
Is it possible to cancel or skip a job in Jenkins due to special commit-message patterns? I thought the option "Excluded Commit comments" in the job configuration does this for me out of the box, like mentioned here. But no matter which regular expression i write in this field, the build is performed nevertheless.
For example: I want to perform the build job only if the commit message includes the expression "release". So i write the regular expression [^(?:release)] in the Excluded Commit comments field. I thought if i commit a revision with, for example "test commit" the build-job does not perform, right? Is this the right way to do when not using a post-commit hook?
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