Hi, @guilhermebf, and welcome to the Netlify community site.
I’m not sure what changed. My best guess is that the repo had been linked before October of 2019 and that it was “re-linked” or a new site was created with same repo. If so, the new monorepo behavior might be what changed:
Which Netlify site is this for? If you tell us, we can check the site and we will be happy to confirm if this is the issue or not.
The change with the monorepo support is that if there is a
base directory defined in
netlify.toml the build moves to that directory and restarts there.
This means any direct rules in
netlify.toml in the base of the repo won’t be processed.
The solution for that is to copy (or make a symbolic link to) that
netlify.toml file in the base directory as well.
You can also have two
netlify.toml files. One with the just the
base setting in the base of the repo and then the full
netlify.toml in the base directory itself (which is some subdirectory of the base of the repo).
If this doesn’t resolve the issue, there are other questions, or if you want us to check the site to see what is happening - please reply anytime.