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Bitbucket pipeline caching dependencies across repository

Let's say I have 2 repository in my bitbucket account in the same project

1. common-api
2. common-web

Now, common-core has a dependency of common-api at compile time.

In this scenario, In local, I can publish common-api to maven local so it available to common-core.

But with bucket pipeline with Gradle its says common-api not found.

Any solution or workaround for this without using public artifactory/repository?

My bitbucket.pipelines.yml

image: openjdk:8

pipelines:
default:
- step:
caches:
- gradle
script: # Modify the commands below to build your repository.
# You must commit the Gradle wrapper to your repository
# https://docs.gradle.org/current/userguide/gradle_wrapper.html
- bash ./gradlew build -i -x javadoc

 

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Hi Nitin,

Pipelines currently does not support caching across repositories. An external artifactory or repository will be required.

You can also open a feature request with information about your use-case. We'll let that soak and see if there's wider interest in the feature.

Thanks,

Phil

Hi 

Is this pipeline caching dependencies across repository resolved?

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