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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Component/s: scp-plugin
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    • Environment:
      Ubuntu 10.04 amd64
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      I have builds which put results into dist/, then dist/*.tgz is scp'd to a site. In v1.6 and earlier, the *tgz files ended up at the top of the destination directory I created on the SCP target host. Since upgrading to v1.7, this behavior has changed. There is now a dist/ subdirectory created on the target host, and the artifacts are uploaded there instead of to the specified directory.

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            jobybett jobybett added a comment -

            I'd raise this to Blocker as its caused our whole CI and release system to fail... Please fix and release ASAP

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            jobybett jobybett added a comment - I'd raise this to Blocker as its caused our whole CI and release system to fail... Please fix and release ASAP
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            dru_n dru_n added a comment -

            Agreed. This is a blocker for us as well. We had to downgrade to 1.6 to get back up and running.

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            dru_n dru_n added a comment - Agreed. This is a blocker for us as well. We had to downgrade to 1.6 to get back up and running.
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            msiuts msiuts added a comment -

            Same here.

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            msiuts msiuts added a comment - Same here.
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            sogabe sogabe added a comment -

            Fixed in 1.8.

            Added "Keep Hierarchy" option.

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            sogabe sogabe added a comment - Fixed in 1.8. Added "Keep Hierarchy" option.

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                sogabe sogabe
                Reporter:
                ieure ieure
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