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Bitbucket Pipelines Self Hosted Mac Runner Not Seeing Alias in .bashrc

Chad Stewart
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Oct 12, 2023

Using Bitbucket pipelines with a self-hosted macos runner. I have a .bashrc file with


alias godot="/Applications/"


in it. However whenever that step runs I am getting an error that it can't find the godot command. If I source the bashrc  locally I can type "godot" in the command line and the program launches. However pushed commits that trigger the pipeline aren't able to find it.


Do I need to create a bashrc in the shared folder? Do I need to source it manually from within my yaml file?

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Theodora Boudale
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Oct 16, 2023

Hi Chad and welcome to the community!

I can reproduce this issue as well and sourcing the .bashrc file in the yml doesn't seem to work either.

I am going to create a support ticket on your behalf for further investigation. You will receive shortly an email with a link to the ticket.

Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions.

Kind regards,

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