Bitbucket Pipelines allows you to define a Docker image to use on the step (as well as globally). The current limitation is that you will need to define a different Docker image on each branch (but in the future when there are multiple steps in a Pipeline you can have each step have a different Docker image).
image: my-global-image:version-1 pipelines: branches: branch-1: - step: image: ubuntu:16.04 # This will be used instead of my-global-image. script: - ./runTests branch-2: - step: image: ubuntu:14.04 # This will be used instead of my-global-image. script: - ./runTests
More information on configuring bitbucket-pipelines.yml and branches can be found here:
In regards to your specific use-case of testing on several OS environments, keep in mind that Bitbucket Pipelines only supports Linux at the moment (this might limit what you were hoping to do).
Hope that helps.
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