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I wanted to know if this was possible. We have a file in our code in which we store our version number. I wanted to find out if it is possible to automatically update the version number in that file when we merge a pull request to a specific branch. I see there are options for automating releases in pipelines, but don't know how I would kick off a script to update that file upon a pull request being merged into our trunk.
Hi Michael, I have thought of doing something like that previously for the Android builds which require the build no to be bumped before uploading on Google Play store.
It involves 2 steps:
1. Bumping the version
2. Committing to the git repo
As to where you would add this script:
You can refer to the bitbucket-pipelines.yml guide on how to trigger a script on "branches". You can simply add your script that bumps the version and commits to the repo.