From now on, you can automatically kick out all the on-hold builds from your build queue if you start a new one and this means saving even more time. Huzzah!
Remember how frustrating it is when you add your changes to the code one commit at a time, the queue of builds is getting longer and longer... You have to wait until the last build is finished or start aborting them manually. This is so over. 🎉
Introducing: the rolling builds. If you turn this feature on under the app's Settings, we'll solve this automatically for you by aborting the previous builds and good bye frustration.
You can even decide which type of on-hold triggered builds to abort:
- all previous builds for Pull Requests and all related Pushes
- all previous builds for Pushes to all branches
Also if there are a lot of people working on your code and you have several builds gathered up in the queue as they each take some time. From now on if there are more than one builds running or queuing on the same branch, you can kick all the ones preceding the newest build as they are outdated anyways.
Now you can save the time it would have taken to run all those unnecessary builds. ⏱
Happy building! 🏢