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Bitbucket Pipeline Node Application 'npm run bundle' Errors Edited

Our node application includes another of our private repositories as a dependency. This is in the package.json file as follows:

"dependencies": {
. . .
"@user/repository": "git+ssh://bitbucket.org/user/repository.git#1fde9e3",
. . .
},

The '- npm run bundle' step in the bitbucket-pipelines.yml is failing with many errors like:

Module not found: Error: Can't resolve '@user/repository' in '/opt/atlassian/pipelines/agent/build'

 

The docker image we are using is node:latest.

This was working fine on our Bamboo server. My problem has been in trying to convert the Bamboo script to pipelines and not knowing exactly how the Bamboo elastic image was created.

I'm willing to try any suggestions.

Thanks,

Roy

1 answer

I am seeing another difference in the logs.  assetEntrypoint main = main.js where it works on Bamboo or when run from a local dockerfiile. It's blank when run in pipelines.

 

Hash: 9658dabf12e0dfd4edf5Version: 
webpack 4.29.6
Time: 12385msBuilt at: 03/29/2019 1:12:14 PM 1
asset
Entrypoint main =
Entrypoint vendor = vendor.js

 

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