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Pass Docker Build Arguments to bitbucket-pipe-release

We use your great pipe "bitbucketpipelines/bitbucket-pipe-release" to create a pipe that runs a maven build. Now we need to enhance this to generate pipes for different Java versions. This would be quite easy if we could pass the name of the base image as a build argument to the pipe.

Is it plannend to enhance the pipe that you could pass docker build arguments?

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@Andreas Falk you can pass the name of base image as IMAGE pipe variable. E.g

- pipe: atlassian/bitbucket-pipe-release:4.0.1
variables:
DOCKERHUB_USERNAME: $DOCKERHUB_USERNAME
DOCKERHUB_PASSWORD: $DOCKERHUB_PASSWORD
IMAGE: your-image

 The version is either defined manually as pipe variable: VERSION: my-ownversion-10 or you use our bump version process accordingly to semversioning - for that you have to follow our semversioning bump process: https://bitbucket.org/atlassian/bitbucket-pipe-release/src/master/CONTRIBUTING.md - release process section.

Let's start a dialog in the case of more questions

Regards, Galyna

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