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Atlassian Bitbucket Pipelines and bitHound integration

Step 1

Make sure you have webhooks turned on. To enable webhooks for your repository, go to its Settings > Automatic Commit Analysis and Enable webhooks. Please note that only users with administrator permissions for the repository on GitHub or Bitbucket can manage webhooks in bitHound.


Step 2

Enable Failing Criteria and set your failing triggers.


Step 3

Before you continue, be sure to npm install the bithound package into your project to make sure your integration works locally first.

Note: If your project is private, your command may look like this bithound check 22be1601-d4f5-22f4-8gf7-54f621c73428


Step 4

On Bitbucket, add the Bitbucket Pipelines addon and enable it for the repository in question.


Step 5

Create your bitbucket-pipelines.yml file and commit it into the root of your repository. Note that we are installing the bitHound npm package with a -g here.


Step 6

You're done. The Bitbucket Pipelines addon will auto-detect your bitbucket-pipelines.yml file and start the build at which point you will get a pass/fail result from bitHound.


Note: bitHound will automatically grab the needed environment variables from the Pipelines addon and as a result we fully support multiple branch analysis and feedback

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