Ignoring a Commit
Some code changes, such as editing a Readme, may not require a Buildkite build. If you want Buildkite to ignore a commit, add
[ci skip] or
[skip ci] anywhere in the commit message.
For example, the following commit message will cause Buildkite to ignore the commit and not create a corresponding build:
Fix readme typos [skip ci]
Multi-line commit messages are also supported. For example, the following commit message will also cause Buildkite to ignore the commit:
Fix readme typos * Fixed the build badge * Fixed broken GitHub link [skip ci]
For more advanced build filtering and commit skipping, see the Using conditionals guide.
Skipping Commits with Bitbucket Server
Not all webhooks from Bitbucket Server contain the commit message. When a commit message is not included in a webhook, the build will run.