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Can I use wildcards in bitbucket pipeline cache paths?

We have one project that is using a lerna mono-repo structure. For this I not only want to cache the top level dependencies, but also the package dependencies.

For this I need to be able to use a wildcard in the cache path such as:

definitions:
caches:
lerna: packages/*/node_modules

 

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Use the following command to hoist the package dependencies to the root, in the bitbucket pipeline for your lerna mono-repo.

npx lerna bootstrap --force-local --hoist

Then wildcards will not be needed, and all node dependencies will be cached as normal.

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