Today I was called by a colleague to investigate quite the problem. Since today all our builds are failing with an unexpected EOF error even though we haven't changed anything to the bitbucket-pipelines.yml. Looking into the YAML file I saw that it called a .sh script. So I checked wether or not that file was changed but to no avail.
We have not made any changes to the way we want to use the pipelines. Yet, suddenly, all our builds are failing with the unexpected EOF error.
Googling around didn't help me fix this problem. Now I'm stuck with this.
Has anything changed in the background that I wasn't aware of by bitbucket?
In my case it was because my YAML file requested a docker image provided by a third party. This image is not available right now so it throws an error. Makes a little sense that it receives an unexpected End Of File if no file is found in the first place. Changed the docker image reference and it worked perfectly.
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