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How to setup an Inline Python script

I am new to Bamboo.  I setup my Plan and want to use a Task Script to use my python code inline.  I am using this against a Windows agent.  I am using the Shell interpreter and also tried the /bin/sh interpreter. 

I can run windows commands inline in my plan using cmd.exe fine, just not Python

Every time I run this, it errors with something like the following:

'import' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.

What is the best way to run python code as inline in Bamboo?  I am using version 6.2.3 build 60210 - 20 Nov 17



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Chris Berry Atlassian Team Feb 13, 2019

Hi Shannon,


Welcome to the community. You can run python using the Shell interpreter and specifying the python path as the first line of the inline script.



print('hello world')





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I am doing like this. 

1. Push into Bitbucket repo my python code.

Bamboo tasks

2. Git pull or git clone on related Bamboo node 

3. Bamboo Task which run the python and file


Hope it helps



Gonchik Tsymzhitov

Thanks.  I am able to run my python script as a you mentioned.

Just wondering why I cannot run the same python code as inline instead of a file.

I came over from Jenkins....and it seems a little more user friendly than Bamboo so far.

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