Access previously deployed commit hash as environment variable?

Hello. I would like to place the previously deployed commit hash in an environment variable for use in my pipeline. Is this possible? Thank you.

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Hi @mille

Unfortunately this isn't possible. The only way to do this currently is if you tracked your deployments in an external system you might be able to request that information during your build.

We may be able to expose this information in the future as we are tracking it with Bitbucket deployments. Feel free to raise a request here so that we may gather interest in the feature: https://bitbucket.org/site/master/issues/

Cheers

Sam

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