git commit --message='[ci skip] Fix typo in README'
Skipping a Build
If you don’t want to build a particular commit just add
[ci skip] to
the commit message.
A build will not be created if buddybuild finds
[ci skip] anywhere in
the commit message of the head commit. You can use the Build Now
button on the Builds page to build the tip of a branch if you decide
that you want to run the build after all!
Do you want to avoid builds when select files are committed? Check out Selective builds.
Skipping all pull request builds
If you don’t want to build any builds associated with a pull request,
[ci skip] to the pull request title. This is more convenient
[ci skip] to every commit in the pull request.
The order and case of the keywords is not important, meaning that you
can also say
[skip CI] and so on.