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Can I insert variables from a bitbucket into a script when I use atlassian/ssh-run?

Can you advise me how to insert a bitbucket variables into the script I have locally and run it via atlassian / ssh-run in pipelines? Snímek obrazovky 2019-10-20 v 21.40.24.pngIn this .contrib file I want use bitbucket variables, but does not work nothing, i tried $VARIABLE, ${VARIABLE}, but without success. 

is there any way to get them there?

or do you have any other better solution?

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Hi @creox-bitbucket , using envsubst is probably the easiest solution.


- step:
- envsubst < .contrib/ >

- pipe: atlassian/ssh-run:0.2.2
MODE: 'script'

What envsubst will do is it'll basically hardcode your environment variables into your script right where you reference them.

Hi @Alexander Zhukov , I tried to use envsubst in the yaml but it failed because of `envsubst` not found. any thoughts about this? thanks

You have to install the envsubst package in your step

Hey @Alexander Zhukov, not sure if only installing in my step helps. Image needs also to be updated. To be honest, I was expecting this to be "there" because bitbucket-pipelines support aws-ecs pipeline which practically relies on this transformation.

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