We have packages from our internal pip server that are used in the repository. How to install these packages while running the bitbucket pipeline.
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Is your internal pip server somehow accessible via the public internet?
Here's how you can add a private git repository as a dependency. Maybe this can get your started on the right track? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4830856/is-it-possible-to-use-pip-to-install-a-package-from-a-private-github-repository
@Philip Hodder - I know this is an old question but I've just hit this issue myself where I have a private pypi server with built packages from a git repo stored in Bitbucket that I need to use in the pipelines of another repository. The Pypi server is IP and username restricted and I don't want to make it public so I was wondering if there is another way to load private packages in directly into the caches or even by using the git+ version though since it's a private bit bucket repo as well will that even work or does pipeline run as the user making the commit?
So the answer was
pip install git+ssh://email@example.com/owner/repos.git
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