Hey Atlassian community,
Aneita from the Bitbucket Pipelines team here. We're proud to announce that the highest voted feature request for Bitbucket Pipelines - running pipelines on pull request creation or updates - is now available for you to use!
You can now configure Pipelines to create a temporary merge containing the changes in the pull request and the destination branch, with the defined pipeline run on the merge result. This provides developers with faster feedback on possible breaking changes and gives reviewers more confidence in approving a pull request.
It's easy to configure Pipelines to run when a pull request is open by using the pull-requests keyword in your bitbucket-pipelines.yml file.
Ready to get started? Read our blog for more information and let the team know if you have any questions about the feature in a comment below.
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