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Adding stm32 toolchain in docker image gcc 6.5

Hi .. 

I am trying to integrate bitbucket cloud with sonarqube cloud for an STm32 c project

I am using a docker image called gcc 6.5 . 

In such docker image the toolchain for stm32 it is not present.. 

Can you create it ?

Thanks a lot .

 

Simone

 

 

1 answer

Hi, @simone_gasparella

Thank you for reaching out to Atlassian Community!

Could you please confirm if this is a public Docker image hosted in Dockerhub or another registry? And if so, could you give us the URL, so we can see if it’s an Atlassian owned image?

Just to give you some context, if this Docker image is not owned by Atlassian, we have no control over what tools it contains. 

We do have some Docker images that customers can use, like atlassian/default-image:1 and atlassian/default-image:2 which are documented here: 

A quote from the doc: 

Best practices tip: after you have Pipelines working, try to find a specific image you can use to not rely on our default image. We don't upgrade it very often, to maximize compatibility for customers who rely on it, and it includes many tools you might not need. This means you'll likely get bug fixes and faster builds from using your own, smaller build image.

So, our recommendation is to find an image that contains all the tools you need. If you cannot find such an image, you can build your own Docker image with the tools you need. Resources for that are in the section “Creating a custom build environment” of the doc. linked above.

Please, feel free to share any additional information regarding this subject. 

Kind regards,
Caroline

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