Today, let’s build on version 1.0 of our Jenkins job. We are running builds against every commit, but when someone opens a pull request, they don’t get automated builds or feedback. If the PR submitter even knows about Jenkins, and has network access and a login, they can look at it to find out how the tests went, but most people aren’t going to have that visibility (especially if your Jenkins server is private, as in this example setup). We need to make sure Jenkins is aware of the pull request and that it updates the PR with the status. Our end goal is for each PR to start a Jenkins build and update the PR with a successful check when done:
To get there, we will install and configure a new plugin and configure our job to use the plugin.