I inherited an old site that someone else setup that is just a basic static HTML, which was deployed using a git pull on the server. I wanted to automate the deployment, and instead of using rsync as the site will be re-built, I realized I could just configure the Bitbucket Pipeline to use SSH and run the pull command. This is probably a fringe case but here’s the bitbucket-pipelines.yml in case anyone finds it useful.

Add the repository variables for $USER, $SERVER, and $FOLDER with the appropriate values and then you should be able to run the deployment.

pipelines:
  default:
    - step:
        script:
          - pipe: atlassian/ssh-run:0.2.8
            variables:
              SSH_USER: '$USER'
              MODE: 'command'
              SERVER: '$SERVER'
              COMMAND: 'cd $FOLDER && git pull'
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