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Bitbucket pipelines problem with env variables after publish

Hi,
I have some problem with env variables. For some reason after I publish project by the bitbucket pipeline to jfrog and use the deployed package I have local urls for requests, so it doesn't see variables from .env file.
E.g. env file:
```
REACT_APP_VERSION=$npm_package_version
SOME_URL=https://.....
```
I tried to export variables 
```
- set -o allexport
- source .env
- set +o allexport
- npm run build
- npm publish
```
but it doesn't seem to work :(

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I close the topic :D I've found problem inside webpack config and missing babel load and because of that generated dist did not contain env variables

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