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README.md

Bitbucket Server and Jenkins

This is a demo of using Bitbucket Server and Jenkins to perform releases by pushing tags to Git.

There is a sample payload of a tag being pushed in tag-sample-payload.json.

There is a sample build log in build-log-sample.txt.

Setup

See Jenkinsfile for the script performing the release.

Let the repository in Bitbucket Server have a webhook pushing tag events to: http://jenkins:8080/generic-webhook-trigger/invoke?token=abc123

Usage

Start it with docker-compose up and you will get:

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