I noticed yesterday that BitBucket supported CICD pipelines, which is an amazing feature i'm eager to use.
I have however some difficulty setting it up.
My building process in general:
The gulp command is building the HTML application and places the output to a 'build' folder. After the build has been completed, I'd like the code to be transfered to a directory on my website.
This translates to the following bitbucket.yml:
The issue i'm getting is that the git ftp init seems to be uploading the src folder, and not the contents of the 'build' one which is created in the gulp step.
I found this comment that said No, https://www.savjee.be/2016/06/Deploying-website-to-ftp-or-amazon-s3-with-BitBucket-Pipelines/#comment-3160331772
I found your post and I am having the same issue. I'm trying some additional configs adding the build destination .git-ftp-include.
If I get anywhere I'll update with an answer.
As I posted in this Github thread, while `git-ftp` is designed to only deploy tracked file changes, it is actually possible to deploy your entire `dist` folder on every commit, even if these files are untracked.
You first need to create a file called `.git-ftp-include` in the root of your repo, and add a single line with the path to your dist folder, ensuring you add `!` to the start of the line:
You *should* (in theory) be able to then run `git ftp push` but for some reason this doesn't always upload the `dist` folder. I needed to run `git ftp push --all` which uploads ALL your files (even unchanged ones).
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