Hi @Carlos González,
Bitbucket pages uses items from the repository. The easiest way to accomplish this is to build your artifact and then add the artifact, commit and push it back to the repository within the pipeline. If you do this the artifact should be added automatically.
To do this you will need a bitbucket-pipelines.yml that looks something like this
pipelines: default: - step: script: - addSshKeyToKeychainScript - generateArtifactScript - git config --global user.email "<email>" - git config --global user.name "<name>" - git config --global push.default simple - git add artifact - git commit -m '<message>' - git remote add origin2 <bitbucket repository url> - git push origin2 master
I would recommend using the ssh based repository url and an ssh key to authenticate the push (the addSshKeyToKeychainScript item in the yml). For more information about using ssh in pipelines please consult the documentation here https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/39243415 and here https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/39429257
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