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Import .sh file into bitbucket pipeline

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Hi, i take some issue. Exactly, i need to import some .sh file to my pipeline script for using function from this file later, maybe, it's like YAML anchors, but in another file. And it should execute before all scripts every time, when i started pipeline. Earlier i use gitlab pipeline and it look like this: multiproduct – .gitlab-ci.yml 2021-04-13 11-32-05.png

I just import file and can use it. Can you help me realize it on bitbucket pipelines?

I already done this:

blink – bitbucket-pipelines.yml 2021-04-13 11-35-26.png

Where "test_import" it's a simple function from .sh file

In pipelines i have the next one:

enwaycom  blink  Pipelines — Bitbucket 2021-04-13 11-39-05.png

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@Mikhail Sapozhnikov Bitbucket Pipelines currently doesn't have a way to specify a before script, you will have to add it as the first line for each of your steps. There is a feature request to add before script support, please vote for the issue.

 

Thank you for answer. I asked some another thing and already i resolved the issue.Following code works for me:

definitions:scripts: Load Scripts: &loadScripts source "scripts/gitlabci/gitlab-ci-scripts.sh"
pipelines:
custom:
start-feature-development: - variables: - name: USER_EMAIL - step: script: - *loadScripts - authenticate "DEVHUB" $DEVHUB_AUTH_URL -d - create_scratch_org $BITBUCKET_BRANCH $USER_EMAIL - push_to_scratch_org - create_developer_user $BITBUCKET_BRANCH $USER_EMAIL artifacts: - artifacts/**

 

blink – gitlab-ci-scripts.sh 2021-04-13 12-07-57.pngExample of my .sh file

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