I'd like to know all available commands, variables, etc that I can use on a pipeline, I can't find it anywhere, only pieces here and there but not a complete reference.
Hi @heister82 ,
Thank you for your question!
There is the Configure bitbucket-pipelines.yml page with all needed info and links.
There are two ways to configure your pipeline: you can either directly write the YAML file or you can use the UI wizard provided by Bitbucket. The Get started with Bitbucket Pipelines guide will guide you through the Pipelines configuration wizard.
With the Pipelines configuration wizard you could choose ready to use Pipelines template:
In Bitbucket, go to your repository and select Pipelines.
Click Create your first pipeline to scroll down to the template section.
Choose one of the available templates. If you aren’t sure, you can use the one RECOMMENDED.
Templates cover a variety of use cases and technologies such as apps, microservices, mobile IaaC, and serverless development. We support major cloud providers such as AWS, Azure, and GCP. We support the top-used languages such as NodeJS, PHP, Java, Python, and .NET Core; however, based on the language configured in your Bitbucket repository, the template list automatically recommends templates in that language.
I have seen these, but as I said, they aren't complete, they have a lot of examples but not a complete reference of available "commands".
I'd like a complete list of what I can do use and not specific examples on how to achieve X or Y (which currently, aren't being enough for my needs and since I don't know what there is out there... I don't know where to begin...)
If you prefer a more formal expression of the bitbucket-pipelines file-schema without any concrete example and some sparse commenting descriptions only, you might be interested in the JSON Schema as linked on schemastore.org: bitbucket-pipelines .
However I must admit I'm not entirely sure it helps you validate your expectations well, it's fine for validating bitbucket-pipelines.yml files thought and can assist you with auto-completion in your IDE, which might be beneficial for your exploration.
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