I would like to be able to do something like:
and have Jenkins set AOEU=aoeu.
The Environment Variables section in Jenkins doesn't do that. Instead, it sets AOEU='$(echo aoeu)'.
How can I get Jenkins to evaluate a shell command and assign the output to an environment variable?
Eventually, I want to be able to assign the executor of a job to an environment variable that can be passed into or used by other scripts.