How to run python script in virtualenv?

This is my (example) python script:

!#${bamboo.build.working.directory}/../${bamboo.planKey}/env/bin/python3 <<EOF
print("Hello World")
EOF

This is the error I am getting:

/opt/bamboo-home/temp/RTE-RT-HDR-14-ScriptBuildTask-7622273598056907388.sh: 1: /opt/bamboo-home/temp/RTE-RT-HDR-14-ScriptBuildTask-7622273598056907388.sh: !#/opt/bamboo-home/xml-data/build-dir/RTE-RT-HDR/../RTE-RT/env/bin/python3: not found

I have successfully created the virtualenv in a previous stage. Logging into the machine and executing:

/opt/bamboo-home/xml-data/build-dir/RTE-RT-HDR/../RTE-RT/env/bin/python3

starts python3.

It fails with both Interpreters "Shell" and "/bin/sh or cmd.exe".

2 answers

1 vote

Hi Tobias,

 

Since Bamboo only uses "Shell" and "/bin/sh or cmd.exe" I am suspecting running python commands using the script task won't be possible.

But, I have a workaround:

  1. Create your python script and store it at some location.
  2. In the Bamboo Script Task use the following command to invoke the python script:
    python <path-to-file>/filename.py

 

Also, ensure that you have the python in the path such as :

PATH="/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/3.5/bin:${PATH}"

If you find this answer useful, please accept it so that others can also benefit from it.

 

Thanks,

Robhit

I've done something similar to Rohit (see above). This is how my script looks now:

VIRTUALENV_DIR=/${bamboo.build.working.directory}/../${bamboo.planKey}/env

$VIRTUALENV_DIR/bin/python3 <path_to_script>/script.py

 

(a previous job has created the virtualenv in the plan directory)

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