I have a repo on bitbucket, checked out in Sourcetree via ssh with an alias (~/.ssh/config). Bitbucket pipelines are enabled and working.
In Sourcetree, I see a white plus sign on a blue background. On click, I am asked to 'migrate now'. Clicking asks to 'create a remote repository', which I obviously already have.
Am I misunderstanding something, or might the reason be that this new feature does not recognize the ssh alias as Bitbucket?
1) There is a `bitbucket-pipelines.yml`
2) The origin remote is a Bitbucket Cloud repository, i.e., an ssh alias to Bitbucket Cloud
3) I see what I described
2a) push and fetch works
My question was, why do I see what I described, which is not the build status? Am I doing something wrong, or are ssh aliases NYI?
# See https://confluence.atlassian.com/x/14UWN for more examples
- export NODE_ENV="ci"
- echo 'node:' `node --version`
- echo 'npm:' `npm --version`
- npm install
- echo 'branch:' `git rev-parse --abbrev-ref HEAD`
- echo 'tags:' `git name-rev --tags --name-only $(git rev-parse HEAD)`
- echo 'sha:' `git rev-parse --verify HEAD`
- echo $NODE_ENV
- npm test
- git tag build/$BITBUCKET_BUILD_NUMBER
- npm run legalReport
#- git push origin --tags MUDO doesn't work yet - need ssh key
>git remote get-url origin
# --- SourceTree Generated ---
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