I have a file named `deploy.sh` in the repository and I want to access some pipeline environment variables within the script.
I use the following command in my `bitbucket-pipelines.yml` file:
ssh user@host 'bash -s' < 'deploy.sh'
The `deploy.sh` contains some environment variables that are defined in the pipeline:
The `TEST_FOLDER_PATH` defined in the `Test` environment as follows:
So, the question is, how do I read the `TEST_FOLDER_PATH` within the `deploy.sh` file?
Shell scripts executed from bitbucket-pipelines.yml can access such environment variables just fine, but they have to be executed as part of the step, e.g.
From your question, it looks like you're trying to execute your script on a remote host, triggered by a Pipeline. The remote host won't have any knowledge of the environment variables set up by pipelines, so you'd need to pass those along as arguments to the remote script invocation some how. Hard to be more specific without knowing what the script does, what the env vars are, etc.
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