To use this particular docker image you need to specify it in the image section of your bitbucket-pipelines.yml file. When the pipeline starts the commands you specify in the step section of the yaml will be executed within this docker container. To get started I recommend running the container locally and seeing that your build works within the container. From that point you'll need to specify a yml similar to this
- build commands here
pipelines: default: - step: script: - sudo apt-get -qq update && sudo apt-get install -qq -y <packages> - mkdir ~/build && cd ~/build - qmake -r ~/src - make -j4 - make install INSTALL_ROOT=$HOME/dist - androiddeployqt --input ~/src/<android json> --output ~/dist --deployment bundled --gradle --release
It is likely you'll have to modify these commands slightly to accomodate your specific file locations and build quirks.
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