Multiple projects, same repo. Multiple github status checks?

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Calin

18 May, 2018 11:47 AM

Hi,

I have one GitHub repository and multiple projects are setup for this one GitHub repository.
Currently, my issue is that both projects are creating the same status check in GitHub - effectively overriding each other's status. Is it possible for each project to create its own status check in the same GitHub repo?

This is what the problem is:

repo targeted by project A posting status check (continuous-integration/appveyor/pr) to repo

repo targeted by project B posting status check (continuous-integration/appveyor/pr) to repo

And I am wondering whether something like this is possible:

repo targeted by project A posting status check A (continuous-integration/appveyor/pr/projectA) to repo

repo targeted by project B posting status check B (continuous-integration/appveyor/pr/projectB) to repo

/Calin

  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Ilya Finkelshte... on 18 May, 2018 07:08 PM

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    Yes, you can do that with custom commit status context, in General project setting in UI, see attached picture:

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