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Bitbucket Pipeline Hack: Wrapping multiline script command

I had a really long command in my pipeline file, and being a programmer I can't tolerate anything longer than 120 columns (it was 80, but with modern screen real estate I think 120 is good number).

This is how my file looked like,

Screenshot 2020-02-03 at 10.54.11 AM.png

As you can see my really long command is going pass editor screen. So, how do we wrap this?

bitbuket-pipeline.yml file is YAML file, and after visiting and reading RFC for YAML, I had a eureka moment. The magical symbol is '>-' for non white space multiple lines.

So my file now look like this,

Screenshot 2020-02-03 at 11.00.36 AM.png

Isn't it more beautiful?



The newlines get stripped out and your echo statement ends up displaying just 1 line.

How would I preserve the newlines?

Like DPK J likes this helps a lot with styling multiline yaml entries

Like DPK J likes this


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