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How Do I Setup Bitbucket Pipeline with a Windows Image


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I am attempting to set up a Bitbucket Pipeline for a Windows image (since we are using IAR embedded workbench as our build environment - )


in my bitbucket account, I have pipelines enabled



I have a Docker hub account at


I have installed docker on my Windows machine


I have created, at my local root C:\, a docker directory and created a trivial Dockerfile at  C:\docker 




I used PowerShell and built a docker image



I logged into my account




I push the image to Docker hub




I specify the image in my bitbucket-pipelines.ymlcapture_003.PNG


The problem is that the build gives me the following error



what do I need to do so that the build for this trivial case passes? do I need to switch the  server from linux to Windows? if so, how do I do that from within the Bitbucket environment?



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Jack Nolddor _Sweet Bananas_
Marketplace Partner
Marketplace Partners provide apps and integrations available on the Atlassian Marketplace that extend the power of Atlassian products.
Nov 19, 2019 • edited

Hi Auden,

As described on Limitations of Bitbucket Pipelines page

For now pipelines does not support building Windows, macOS, or iOS applications (watch the linked issues to receive updates).

You can only run Linux containers, but not windows ones

Kind Regards

Is it planned to integrate this? Until when? Is there an alternative?

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Ping this question for 2021?

Update: Seems to be in the works for self-hosted runners, not Atlassian's cloud & docker based runners, according to comments on



Oddly, the page referenced in the accepted answer, Limitations of Bitbucket Pipelines  no longer mentions that Windows is not supported (or, really, that only Linux is supported) - but AFAICT Windows is still not supported.

OK, technically Windows builds are supported... on your own infrastructure.

Use Atlassian Bamboo.

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