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How to use the NPM publish pipe for a repo URL with a slash in it

Hi! I'm trying to use the BitBucket Pipelines NPM publish-pipe to publish our NPM package to a NPM repository hosted on Nexus. The URL for our Nexus repository is

When the NPM publish pipe runs, it sets the auth-token in the following way:
npm_host=$(node -p "require('url').parse('$npm_registry_url').host")
npm config set //${npm_host}/:_authToken "${NPM_TOKEN}"

The result of this is:

In other words, since the npm_host only gets the host part (sample.url) of the registry url, the "/repository/" part of our URL is skipped, and the publish returns a 502 error code.

Should maybe the pipe take longer repository URLs into account?

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Hi @Erik_Tallang , thanks for reporting this case. We'll try to the support for such urls in the future pipe releases.

Thank you for your reply! Looking forward to it! Our temporary solution is to create our own script where we basically replicate the functionality from the pipe.

Hello, @Erik_Tallang  , npm-publish pipe is updated to support your needs, welcome to have a look and try out.

Thank you for reporting the case! We are looking forward to seeing the feedback

Thank you for your amazing support! Will try out the new pipe as soon as possible (a few days).

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