Wrong Git commit message being displayed and it skips the build


#1

Hello. We are having some issues with CircleCI showing the wrong commit message (and sometimes skips the build). It is the issue as this: Wrong Git commit message being displayed, but the author didn’t follow up…

I made a StackOverflow post about it since new users can’t add more than 1 image per post.

Any help is really appreciated.


#2

Hello @olereidar,

Are these commits part of a pull request by chance? This type of issue may be best diagnosed as part of a support ticket so we can better investigate. Please do not hesitate to contact us in support.


#3

Hi @KyleTryon, thanks for replying.
The commits are not part of a pull request. It is a new branch made with git checkout -b newbranch.
I’ll check out the possibilities for support in our team.


#4

@KyleTryon We’re having the same issue. Commit message shown in CCI build is not latest but the one prior. This is confusing development. Any resolution?


#5

@joshuaf I’m currently in support with @KyleTryon. I’ll keep you posted.


#6

@joshuaf The issue has been reported and there will be a fix for it in the future. We don’t have an ETA yet, but I can notify you when its fixed.


#7

In my case, it looks like a simple case of the git commits being displayed in the reverse order. I expect that the latest commit to be on top and the oldest to be at the bottom. It’s currently displayed in reverse.


#8

This has been quite annoying for us. We have for instance a situation where the workflow is skipped due to the 5th merged commit message having a ci-skip (but not the head).

Any ETA update on this one? @olereidar


#10

Hi @jsbed,

We are still looking into this, I’ve bumped the issue with our engineers and will touch back when I have an update