I tried a few different things and this was the closest that I got:
image: node:4.6.0 pipelines: default: - step: caches: - node script: # Modify the commands below to build your repository. - npm install -g browserify - browserify src/main.js -o bundle.js - git config user.email **email** - git checkout -b temp - git remote add dist https://**username**:$PASSWORD@bitbucket.org/ragnarokgame/ragnarokgame.bitbucket.io.git - git add bundle.js - git add index.html - git add style.css - git commit -m "build [skip ci]" - git push dist master --force
(I've removed my username and email to post it here)
Any help is greatly appreciated as I'm very new to this.
If you want to push from REPO-A to REPO-B, first import your SSH keys (or create another user who have write access to REPO-B) to the SSH keys section of REPO-A repository settings.
Then you can add lines like this in your bitbucket-piplelines.yml file:
- date > test.txt
- apt-get update
- apt install --assume-yes --no-install-recommends git openssh-client
- git config --global user.name bitbucket-pipelines
- git config --global user.email email@example.com
- git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:REPO_OWNER/REPO-B.git
- cp test.txt REPO-B
- cd REPO-B
- git add -A
- git commit -m "Added new version of test.txt at $(date)"
- git push
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