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Forked and edited version from official bitbucket image, what image do I use in the pipelines?


I need to use sbt version 1.6.2, so I used the image as defined by this bitbucket repo:

bitbucketpipelines / scala-sbt — Bitbucket

and forked this repository to changed the version within the Dockerfile.

Now, how do I reference this image from my pipeline in other repository?

The original, bitbucketpipelines / scala-sbt — Bitbucket, repo allows me to reference without any issues... is there a way to do that from my own private repo that I forked?

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Sep 13, 2022

Hey @Hareem Bokhari 

Welcome to the community!

We do not host docker images, so you'll have to use docker image hosting services to host your docker image.

We support public and private Docker images, including those hosted on Docker Hub, AWS, GCP, Azure, and self-hosted registries accessible on the internet.

For more information, please check our docker images documentation:

Use Docker images as build environments 


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