Normally the pipeline is triggered by push. There is the possibility to configure an 'on pull request' webhook, but how to connect it with a pipeline and disable or reconfigure the default 'Pipelines' webhook which triggers on push?
Yeah, I would love this feature. The ideal workflow in my mind is to have the build pass as a requirement before merging the Pull Request. This keeps your deployment branches clean. After the PR is merged, the current feature set is nice to watch master/development branches and deploy them as changes are made (ie PRs are merged).
Actually, never mind that - a search reveals no current issue open on the subject, so I created one:
please vote it if you'd like this feature.
So the idea here is that instead of running your pipeline on every push you run it on every PR creation?
Is it not more convenient to build and test your code ASAP?
Update: I have funnelled the feedback about the expense of up to date deploys back to the Bitbucket Pipelines team.
Exactly @Jan Steinke. Developers on any team should be encouraged to push their branches to remote often, even before raising a PR, without worrying about consuming build minutes on unnecessary builds. They can add [skip ci] to commit messages, but will often forget to do so.
Build everything = $$. Plus there may be times where I only want to perform certain actions on a PR but not a typical feature branch push. For example, when Joe is checking in code to remote feature branch for the weekend, I don't necessarily want to burn build time running static code analysis on incomplete code, but on a PR, I absolutely do.
At the moment it is not possible to trigger a pipeline on a pull request being created. However, pipelines run on the source branch will be displayed along with the pull request. If this is something you would like in the product please create a feature request at https://bitbucket.org/site/master/ telling us what you'd like in this feature.
I needed to trigger bitbucket pipeline for every created pull requests. As this is not available by default, I've managed to do it with a simple zapier zap, here is the tutorial :
It would be, but when we start having to pay for minutes to build, I think I will want this feature too. That way I could setup pipelines to only run tests on the master branch, and if anyone creates a pull request to the master branch, those also get run through pipelines. This might help save some minutes.
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