September 29, 2017
File types in the Filesystem
One of the most important components of pipelines is the filesystem: a reserved disk space with a clone of your repository, where Buddy installs dependencies, merges & compresses the assets, and generates artifacts.
With this week's release we've added a UI distinction for three types of files and folders in the filesystem:
- repository files – files cloned directly from your repository
- artifact files – files processed or created by the pipeline, for example merged CSS, WAR files or Zip archives
- static files – files manually uploaded to the filesystem, for example config files whose assets you don't want to commit to the repository for security reasons
TIP: If you want to read more about the filesystem and learn the difference between deploying from the repository and the filesystem, check out this guide.
Customer Success Manager
A story-teller and conversation-lover, Alexander decided to invest his skills to help his friends at Buddy transform the cold language of patch notes into exciting narratives. Also: an avid gamer, hip-hop DJ, Liverpool FC fan, absentminded husband, and the father of two.