Released: November 11, 2022
New OOTB Global Templates
The following global templates are now available for use out of the box:
These templates use several native steps and showcase some of the basic features of Pipelines. For more information, see Global Templates.
New Utility Function
Added a new utility function
end_step to end a step early, setting the step status to success, failure, or skipped.Running exit 0 in Bash will no longer be displayed as a failed command in the step consoles.
Conditional Workflow to Support Variable Conditions
Added a new conditional workflow to execute a step depending on run variables. For more information, see Run Variable Conditional Workflow.
Sync a Single Branch
Pipelines UI now includes a new toggle to sync only a single branch when a new multi branch pipeline source is added. To sync the new branch, users can perform a commit in that branch or can directly fetch branches in the UI. For more information, see Adding a Pipeline Source.
Pipeline Source Page Enhancements
Pipeline Sources page divided into two sections: Top-level page and a dedicated page for the Pipeline Source's branches.
A new search API for Pipeline Sources with pagination support.
Introduced more alignments with the new look and feel.
More performance improvements to load the Pipeline Sources page faster.
Updated the Pipeline Sources Admin page design to match the non-Admin page.
Support for MacOS 12 Static Build Nodes
Pipelines now supports Bash steps to be run on MacOS 12.x static nodes.
Support for ARM64 Ubuntu 20.04 Static Build Nodes
Added support for ARM64 Ubuntu 20.04 static build nodes. For the initial release of this feature, the default runtime image is an x86_64 image. Custom ARM64 images can be specified. Running on the host is also supported. For more information, see Managing Pipelines Static Nodes - Minimum Requirements.
Support for New JFrog CLI Versions
Pipelines now supports JFrog CLI versions 1.54.0 and 2.25.0.
Fixed an issue whereby, conditional workflows were being skipped when a step was in canceling status.
In a multi-branch pipeline, when
tagCreateis set as
trueand when you perform a commit or Git release with a specific tag,
buildOn.commitwill now trigger only those branches that have the associated Git tag.
This is applicable for GitHub only.