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Bitbucket Branch Source Plugin broken?

Björn Rohlén
Hello. 

Running Bitbucket Branch Source Plugin v2.2.9 (latest as of this writing) paired with Jenkins 2.89.3 on RHEL7.3. 

Anyone else noticed that the "Script Path" is no longer working? If i use "Script Path" in the (new item -> Bitbucket Team/Project) configurationbox, it just never finds the Jenkinsfile. 

I tried with myFolder/Jenkinsfile, myFolder/, myFolder, ./MyFolder/Jenkinsfile -- no go fiddling with it. Leaving it blank finds Jenkinsfile in root of branchtree, it will also find it if I put in Jenkinsfile -- but any folder is a no go, it will point straight at it and say "no such file or diretory".

What gives?

Kind regards,

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Re: Bitbucket Branch Source Plugin broken?

Antonio Muñiz
Hi,

I think this is related to JENKINS-49295, which there is a fix in progress for.



On 30 January 2018 at 17:21, Björn Rohlén <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hello. 

Running Bitbucket Branch Source Plugin v2.2.9 (latest as of this writing) paired with Jenkins 2.89.3 on RHEL7.3. 

Anyone else noticed that the "Script Path" is no longer working? If i use "Script Path" in the (new item -> Bitbucket Team/Project) configurationbox, it just never finds the Jenkinsfile. 

I tried with myFolder/Jenkinsfile, myFolder/, myFolder, ./MyFolder/Jenkinsfile -- no go fiddling with it. Leaving it blank finds Jenkinsfile in root of branchtree, it will also find it if I put in Jenkinsfile -- but any folder is a no go, it will point straight at it and say "no such file or diretory".

What gives?

Kind regards,

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