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Bitbucket Pipelines On Branch Delete

We are using bitbucket pipelines for testing and for CI. Right now we have it set up that when a feature-* branch is pushed it automatically tests and builds a docker image that is then hosted on kubernetes. Every time a new commit is pushes the process happens again and the image is replaced with the new docker image on kubernetes.

The issues issue with this setup is that when a feature is accepted and merged into dev we don't have a clean way to run a delete script. While we could run a script that runs when dev is triggered and check what feature branches still exist it would be far cleaner to be able to just use pipelines when the branch is deleted. 

Is this something that is currently possible or something that you are looking at adding in the future?


I have the exact same problem.

Is there no update on this issue?

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We follow a very similar pattern. This would be an extremely useful feature!


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