Using after job commands
You can easily define commands for Semaphore to execute after build commands on each job, regardless of whether the build commands passed or failed.
To do this, simply set a command to “after job” in your project’s Build Settings:
This is useful when you need to, for example, upload assets to S3 or tail the test.log.
During these commands an environment
is available. It can hold the value of either “passed” or “failed”.
“After job” commands are useful when you need to, for example, upload assets to S3 or tail the test.log.
You can have your test suite run just one problematic spec file, where you would temporarily add some verbose speculative puts statements (in a separate branch).
In addition to that, tailing the last 1000 lines of log/test.log as after job command may reveal a backtrace of an error which causes the whole blank body thing to happen.
Example build command:
bundle exec rspec spec/models/problematic_spec.rb
Example after job command:
tail -n 1000 log/test.log