GitHub Actions changelog

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GitHub Actions can now have neutral status

  • October 24, 2018
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GitHub Actions can now use an exit code to indicate neutral status

To enhance the current failure and success exit codes that integrators can use in GitHub Actions, we're introducing a new feature to indicate when an action has a neutral status. Actions with a neutral status stop a workflow from continuing to execute. We've also added some new documentation about exit codes and statuses.