I’m currently having a hard time understanding how
triggers: work if they are combines with
parent: trigger: include: child.gitlab.yml strategy: depend forward: pipeline_variables: true rules: - if: '$CI_COMMIT_BRANCH == $CI_DEFAULT_BRANCH || $CI_MERGE_REQUEST_TARGET_BRANCH_NAME == $CI_DEFAULT_BRANCH'
stages: - debug print_env: stage: debug script: - env # It works if you add this rule (or any other rule that evaluate to true). Doesn't make sense to me # rules: # - if: $CI
What I expect:
That it creates a child pipeline which runs the
What actually happens:
The parent jobs failes with:
parent - failed (downstream pipeline can not be created, Pipeline will not run for the selected trigger. The rules configuration prevent any jobs from being added to the pipeline.)
What also makes no sense to me: If i add a rule to
print_env that gets evaluated to true (e. g.
if: $CI) it actually works.
Is that normal behaviour and if yes, is it documented somewhere ? To me that really looks like a bug.