I think I may have found a bug with workflow job filters which I could use some input on.
Consider the following config and pushing to the branch “branch-something”, the job “next-job-a-2” incorrectly runs. I would expect that job “check-branch-a” runs because the branch only filter passes, while the job “check-branch-a-2” should not run (and it appears not to because its not rendered in the workflow graph) yet job “next-job-a-2” executes, even though one of its requires has not run. Job “next-job-a” correctly runs.
Any input would be helpful. Thanks!
version: 2.1 jobs: checking-branch-job: docker: - image: circleci/node:10.8 steps: - run: echo "hello world" next-job: docker: - image: circleci/node:10.8 steps: - run: echo "1" workflows: build: jobs: - checking-branch-job: name: check-branch-a filters: branches: only: - /^branch-.*$/ - checking-branch-job: name: check-branch-a-2 filters: branches: only: - /^branch-.*-2$/ - next-job: name: next-job-a requires: - check-branch-a - next-job: name: next-job-a-2 requires: - check-branch-a - check-branch-a-2