Rolling Builds not cancelling old builds

Description of the issue

We are using Rolling Builds with options 1, 3, and 4 checked off. (See picture.)

Whenever a new commit is pushed to a branch that a build is currently running for, the previous build is not Aborted.

This hasn’t been working for over a year, I think. (I went to enable it and found it was already enabled, but not working.)

Environment:, MacOS 12.1 stack, “iOS” project.

Which build Step causes the issue and which version of the step?

Doesn’t apply to a step.


This happens every time.

Local reproduction

Does not apply locally.

Build log

Not relevant.

It turns out I needed the second option checked off, otherwise Pull Request builds are excluded from Rolling Builds, I guess. (I think the documentation could be improved to indicate that most of the time you want every option checked.)

Hello, I’m glad you found a solution, also I will ping out tech writer team to check the docs out! :upside_down_face:

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