Sleuth's Custom Automation Framework Deep-Dive: Conditions

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The text discusses the concept of conditions in Sleuth's Custom Automation Framework. Conditions are used to specify when an automation should run, allowing developers to narrow down their automations to specific situations. A condition is defined using a variable, operator, and value pattern. Various types of condition variables include Deploy-Based Variables, Pull Request-Based Variables, Time-Based Variables, and Work in Progress-Based Variables. Condition operators are also discussed, which allow developers to specify the relationship between the variable and its value. The text provides examples of conditions and explains how they can be used to automate specific tasks under certain circumstances.


Date published
April 9, 2024

Carl Bergenhem

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