As part of my java maven build, i need to run maven install for one 3rd library. i have been trying to trigger build, but every time build fails while looking for 3rd library.
I have created a script to install maven library, execution of the script fails. I need help here.
pipelines: default: - step: script: # Modify the commands below to build your repository. - cd $BUILD_DIR/src/lib && mvn install && cd .. - mvn clean compile package
+ cd $BUILD_DIR/src/lib && mvn install && cd ..bash: cd: /src/lib: No such file or directoryCompleted at 2016-12-07T01:28:03Z
Bitbucket Pipelines doesn't set a $BUILD_DIR variable. Your script will automatically be run from within the directory containing your source code, so normally you don't need to refer to it explicitly (ie. normally something like "
cd src/lib" should be all you need). But if you do need to refer to your source directory explicitly you can use the variable $BITBUCKET_CLONE_DIR.
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