Release: Bitbucket Docker Hub 0.3.0; the private repo release

In case you missed it, last month we launched our Bitbucket Docker Hub integration as part of the Docker Hub 2.0 launch. We are now pleased to announce the next version of this add-on is now available. If you already have it installed you'll get it automatically. If you haven't already installed it see below for instructions on adding it to your account. Carry on reading for more information on this release.

What's new in this release

  1. Private Bitbucket Repositories: We now support private Bitbucket repositories as well as public ones. Private Docker Hub repositories are not yet supported, but we are looking into adding it. If you are interested in this feature please let us know in the comments below.
  2. has_file support: Uses the new Bitbucket Connect has_file functionality to be better behaved on repositories that don't have Docker Hub integration configured.
  3. Misc. internal fixes and improvements: Including a Compose-based integration testing framework, a better release process, Redis caching of session, etc. See the Bitbucket commit log for details.

Installing the add-on

The Docker Hub shows the status of a corresponding Docker Hub image repository from within your Bitbucket repository. This allows you to keep your Dockerfiles in Bitbucket and see their build results and pull status directly in the repository.

Installing it is a 2-step process.

  1. Go to your account settings in Bitbucket, select "Find new add-ons", and click "Install" on "Docker Hub Integration".
  2. As not all repositories necessarily have Dockerfiles the add-on is disabled by default. To enable it for a repository add the file .docker-repository.yml in the root.

By default the add-on will assume that your Bitbucket and Docker Hub accounts/repositories have the same names; e.g. if your Bitbucket respository is:

https://bitbucket.org/ssmith/mydocker

the corresponding Hub repository is:

https://hub.docker.com/ssmith/mydocker

You can override this default in .docker-repository.yml YAML file. If you add the entry repository, the add-on will use this path for the Docker account/repository. For example:

repository: tarkasteve/multipy

will then use the Docker Hub repository path of:

https://hub.docker.com/r/tarkasteve/multipy/

Learn more by checking out the add-on source repository.