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You may chain together multiple commands using built-in shell operators (
;, etc.). To use these operators, you must pass in your command in quotes with the
The example below will always execute
./first-command, will execute
./second-command if the first command succeeds (exit code 0), and will always execute
doppler run --command="./first-command && ./second-command; ./cleanup-command"
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