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How do I set the path for run a python file


I have project in git repository. 

Add the repository check out aded as a task in bamboo, it working good.

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How to get the path for run the python file?

Eg:-  python . (I want to run the file)

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Daniel Santos
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Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Jul 02, 2019

Hi @Vineesh

There are multiple ways to perform this configuration:

  1. Use a command task, configuring the python command.
    Custom command executable - Atlassian Documentation
  2. Using the same script task you are using with the following changes:
    1. Set script location field inline.
    2. Adding the python in the script body, assuming your python command can be found in the bash PATH variable.
  3. Using the same script task you are using with the following changes:
    1. Edit the python script and add the python header pointing to the python interpreter.
    2. Remove the python command from the script file field.

An explanation for numbers 2 and 3:
(2) the adjustment will make the be a normal script for bash that will be able to read the header of the file and call python accordingly. A task configured for an inline script expects a bash script.

(3) the adjustment will actually allow you to write a script and this script will just have a line where you call python and your python app.

I hope that helps.

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