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Default shell for bitbucket pipeline

Help me understand which default shell is used in Bitbucket pipelines.

 

We defines Docker images with `step.image` and several steps in `script`.

 

Healthy conclusion is that each `script` line is sent to shell, defiled by Docket image which can vary.

 

I see that `.` / `source` operator is working for sh like-shells. That mean each `script` command reuses same sh session.

 

Is it correct that there is no predefined shell executors?

Is it correct that each line of step executed within same shell session?

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Linette Atlassian Team Apr 17, 2019

Each step runs in a separate docker container.


How the container behaves, and which shell it uses depends on the docker image used. Each line of script inside a step executes in the same shell session.

 

I hope that helps!

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