I am trying to set up my workflow so it doesn’t run when opening/synching/reopening pull requests that are marked as draft.
I have found that I can use
if: github.event.pull_request.draft == false
on my job, but it will still run for a few seconds, and “fail”, leaving a red X on every commit on the PR until it is marked ready for reveiw.
I could maybe add a dummy-job that has
if: github.event.pull_request.draft == true
on it, and just echo something, but it will still run for a few seconds though.
My test-workfow so far looks like this:
name: Deploy test on: pull_request: branches: [master] types: [synchronize, opened, reopened, ready_for_review] jobs: build: runs-on: ubuntu-latest if: github.event.pull_request.draft == false timeout-minutes: 10 steps: - uses: actions/checkout@v1 - name: Run all the stuff to set up my site and run tests run: set_up_site draft-build: runs-on: ubuntu-latest if: github.event.pull_request.draft == true timeout-minutes: 1 steps: - name: Run a one-line script run: echo Draft PR, you are good.
Will those seconds be added up and billed? Is there another or better way of getting around this?