I’ve got a gitlab-ci-yml with a few paths specified at the top. For example:
I’m using a powershell runner since the standard windows shell runner wouldn’t execute more than one step of my script. How do I go about referencing this path as part of the command I want to execute? I’ve tried all manner of combinations but just can’t seem to get it to work.
Examples I’ve tried
- Write-host “$($env:newman) run ./postman_collection.json --bail”
- $env:newman ‘run ./postman_collection.json --bail’
- ‘"$env:newman" run ./postman_collection.json --bail’
The docs say to reference variables with $env:variablename in powershell but I’m not sure if that applies to the standard environment-variables or them + custom variables within a script.
What I want is for the concatenation to result in the following command being run:
C:\Users\Roaming\npm\newman.cmd run ./postman_collection.json --bail