Hi @kimpenhaus - I don’t think this is currently possible.
I had a look at the github webhook payload - it contains a list of changed files, so in theory this could be implemented (I haven’t checked for other git providers - these would need to be considered aswell).
I don’t think the drone team can commit to this in the short-medium term, but we do consider community PRs
Another workaround approach may be to create a drone step that takes the commit SHA (DRONE_COMMIT | Drone) - hits a git provider endpoint to check what files are included and pass/fail the pipeline based on that.
But I appreciate a trigger means the failed build piece can be sidestepped
this is working pretty well … two more questions if you don’t mind.
I was struggling with having multiline commands in yml … tried | gut with no luck
I want to execute steps only if there is an .vcf file in the commit (mentioned that before) - saw I need to use the workspace to push sort of information from one step to the other. Is there a sort of execute when on a step. I just found conditions with a preset of possibilities. No idea how to check for the distance of a file in the workspace.
To give you the big picture of idea I have. In case if there is a .vcf file I want to touch a file in the workspace and execute follow-up steps only if the file is existing. Not really sure if that is good or bad - but might work