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Do I understand correctly that you don't want changes in the shared library to trigger builds for your project/pipeline? If so, you can do it per-pipeline by modifying the @Library("my_shared_lib") _ statement to include changelog=false parameter, like so @Library("my_shared_lib", changelog=false) _. You can also do that globally, for a ...


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As a workaround, you can add "bypass policies" for project admins. The documentation: Security groups - Git repository (object-level)


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Please check this out to reset your git config setting https://stackoverflow.com/questions/35853986/easiest-way-to-reset-git-config-file second thing, if you want output of help then you can use the "git reset -h" command which shows you minimal option of usage in your bash terminal whereas "git reset --help" command will be direct you to ...


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This is not the default behavior of git so you have made some local config change to cause this to happen. Look in your ~/.gitconfig to see if there's anything that doesn't make sense to you. Try commenting it out. The core.pager setting is one of the first things I would check. This stackoverflow question has a variety of options for dealing with this ...


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