AppVeyor not building on commit.

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15 Mar, 2019 01:02 AM


This is my first project here on AppVeyor, so apologies for any mistakes I've made to cause this issue.

For my project, I am listed as a collaborator. This shouldn't affect anything, but I'm mentioning it anyway just in case. Anyway, when creating new commits both with and without tags etc, AppVeyor doesn't create a new build. If I click the button to create a new build, it works just fine, it just doesn't seem to do it automatically.

Here's my appveyor.yml file.

configuration: Release

  - Visual Studio 2017
  - packages -> **\packages.config

  - nuget restore FFXIVTool.sln
  project: FFXIVTool.sln
  - path:
    name: FFXIVTool

  release: Screenshot Helper $(appveyor_repo_tag_name)
  provider: Github
  draft: true
    secure: YTu4crUwOEzeE0vpM39Lj1bbaXWPBaGyfS3aTWHqopVyfNUjuET/GMb1ixJdaVEk
    branch: master
    appveyor_repo_tag: true

I'm not sure what the issue could be.


  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Owen McDonnell on 15 Mar, 2019 01:22 AM

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    If you go to the project repository's settings -> webhooks tab, and then click edit on the AppVeyor webhook do you see that the Pushes box is checked and that the webhook is active?

  2. 2 Posted by leon.blade on 15 Mar, 2019 01:52 AM

    leon.blade's Avatar

    Thank you for your response. As I mentioned, I am a Collaborator on the project, so I believe this may have something to do with it. We've gone ahead and went with an organization on Github instead to manage this project.

    This seems to have fixed the problem. This isn't really a typical scenario anyone would be in, but perhaps it might help someone.

    I'm not sure how these discussions work, but you can unsubscribe or close this as needed.


  3. leon.blade closed this discussion on 15 Mar, 2019 01:52 AM.

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