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No targets in firebase.json match "--only hosting"

After upgrading to atlassian/firebase-deploy:1.0.0 from 0.6.0, I am getting the following error:


Error: Cannot understand what targets to deploy/serve. No targets in firebase.json match '--only hosting'.


In my bitbucket-pipelines.yml file, "--only hosting" is specified under the variable "EXTRA_ARGS", so I don't understand why the script is looking for a target project matching "--only hosting"


Oddly enough, this error only throws in my development branch. Deployment is successful for my production branch, even though everything appears to be the same except for the project_id and the build step.




Steps taken to solve:

Added the project information from .firebaserc to firebase.json

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I fixed this by re-running `firebase init` in my project folder, which updated `firebase.json`, using the latest version of `firebase-tools` (9.9.0 at the time).

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Hi @michaeloconnell ,

Thank you for sharing this experience with our community.


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