I'm using the npm package dploy to put all my files onto an FTP server. It runs just fine when I run it in my windows or my linux machines however when it runs in pipelines the FTP Connection fails. Is this a pipelines issue or should I look into my code more?
Here's my output for the script step that's attempting the deploy.
+ echo $FTP_PASSWORD | npm run deploy npm info it worked if it ends with ok npm info using email@example.com npm info using firstname.lastname@example.org npm info lifecycle email@example.com~predeploy: firstname.lastname@example.org npm info lifecycle email@example.com~deploy: firstname.lastname@example.org > email@example.com deploy /opt/atlassian/bitbucketci/agent/build > dploy – Enter the password for ftp.materialpokedex.com: Connecting to live... Connection failed. Connection failed. npm info lifecycle firstname.lastname@example.org~postdeploy: email@example.com npm info ok
I have made sure that my FTP_PASSWORD variable is properly escaped. I can run that exact command on my linux mint setup and it works. I've also tried it with printf and quotes instead of echo and haven't noticed a change. Both work on my setup.
EDIT: So it seems to be something related to my password. I changed my password and now it works. Maybe it wasn't fully escaped or something. I don't know. I think the only way to get help would be to expose my password. Something must be different between Mint's console and Ubuntu's console.
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