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    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    It shouldn't be hard to modify the source code to validate this. However, my time is a bit limited to implement this change, so I'll resort to my famous "Pull Requests Welcome" message :)
    Axel
    @asquel
    ^^
    Axel
    @asquel
    I have one more question: Versions reported: (current=null, underDeployment: artifact-jenkins-artifact-to-elasticbeanstalk-9). Should I move on? false => That means it's not possible to deploy on an environment without any versions ?
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    it probably (probably - didn't read the source) - there's no current environment active. as such, it will only upload and then abort the deployment.
    Yehonatan Levi
    @leviyehonatan
    i wanna understand docker deployment! :-)
    Mirko Di Serafino
    @mirko_ds_twitter
    Hi there, someone can help me with this issue ingenieux/awseb-deployment-plugin#70
    Harshana Nanayakkara
    @harshana5
    hello
    just wondering if there is a pipeline syntax doco for this plugin ?
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Hello, I'm wondering the same thing as @harshana5
    I manage my Jenkins build with a Jenkinsfile, thus I want to access AWSEB in a scripted manner
    I've yet to find any docs around this
    I'm stoked y'all made this, just kinda wondering why there isn't any info around it
    I am guessing it doesn't exist, just want to confirm
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Ok, so I went ahead and tried to implement the Step stuff, here's a PR for it: ingenieux/awseb-deployment-plugin#72
    I haven't been able to test it yet (no local Jenkins)
    But I figured I'd float it out there
    Quite a few things seemed broken/odd as I was working on it, so if you see some extra changes and you are like "Why did he do that" it's because the annotations weren't creating what I thought they would be, and I just wrote the code so mvn clean package -DskipTests would work
    thats how i do it in jenkinsfile
    less worried about pipeline syntax but it works fairly well
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Thanks a ton for sharing that @myoung34
    That was likely what I was going to have to do unless something like that PR I floated makes it through
    It would be nice to rely on a plugin, I kinda hate writing shell scripts since stuff can get brittle over time
    bmadsen-assf
    @bmadsen-assf
    @myoung34 do you still have that mechanism? I'm trying to figure out how to use AWSEB in pipelines now and it looks like I can use @DarthHater 's fork/PR or your snippet that seems to have expired from that link.
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Never heard much of anything back related to my PR
    Project seems kind of dead
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    Got it. Well, I got my stuff working by using your code in the pipeline. I couldn't figure out how to reference the "credentialId" field from the pipeline class notation (as I don't think it's possible).
    I'm not sure it's "dead", but @aldrinleal definitely seems to have been busy enough to have it in a deep sleep. I may be able to poke at the plugin once in a while, though, as I'm now invested in the plugin working well. :smirk:
    do we know if there's a way for Jenkins plugins to verify you're not trying to set the wrong variable from pipeline class notation or even from the DSL? I think I spent a good 10 hours banging my head before I realized "credentialId" wasn't "credentialsId"...
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    @benmadsen glad my stuff helped out, I didn't even test it, hah! Just wrote that and kinda put it over the fence to see if I could get any feedback before I did more (like write tests)
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    Heh…. yeah, it was the only thing I could get working for my scenario. Thanks a bunch!
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    I wrote a bunch of shell scripts to emulate it
    I'll see if I can share those
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    Guys, author here. Thanks for shedding a tear of emotion by collaborating on a project that sometimes have too many non constructing feedback (and makes me compelled to show it to their bosses and customers)
    That said, I wonder if you could submit back some documentation so that makes my life easier :)
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Word up dude!
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    I'm aware of the patch queue. I'll look in a couple of days. Bear in mind that testing instructions are welcome :)
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    I'll see what I can pull together on my PR, @benmadsen you are more than welcome to contribute too seeing as how you've been using it
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    Awesome. I’ll help wherever I can! and I totally get it @aldrinleal ! Thanks for sparing cycles on the project. I know how difficult that can be.
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    Yep! Sorry if it came across as apathetic earlier
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    Hah, nvm. The worst case was the one telling me how to run my issues. Then asked to take over maintenance. had to ban him.
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    @benmadsen if you want, pop some instructions on my PR either via README or something akin, I won't have time to really do much till this weekend (closing on a house this week)
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    sounds good. I’ll throw some stuff up today or tomorrow.
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    added as a new PR as I don’t have permission on Darth’s fork ;-)
    ingenieux/awseb-deployment-plugin#75
    Jeffry Hesse
    @DarthHater
    I'll gladly give you permission @benmadsen
    But it's probs fine just using your PR
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    either way
    Aldrin Leal
    @aldrinleal
    @benmadsen I'll look at your PR tonight I promise
    Ben Madsen
    @benmadsen
    No problem. I’ve got a local version of the plugin with my changes up and running just fine.
    Pankaj
    @PankajVP
    Hi All, anyone facing this issue?
    ingenieux/awseb-deployment-plugin#68