We have a project the also contains OpenAPI documentation. Up until now we had that connected to a Netlify site that would build the docs using redoc-cli and would publish it on Netlify.
The project also contains a Pipfile as the rest of the project is in Python.
The way the Netlify build image works is that it pulls the code and immediately tries to handle a Pipfile if it exists.
Up until recently, we had no problems as we used Python 3.7 which is part of the 16.04 build image. We have recently moved to Python 3.8 and now we can’t let the Netlify build work because it fails due to the existence of the Pipfile (which we don’t even use during build).
Is there a way to tell the build image to ignore the existence of the Pipfile?
I was considering adding a command in Netlify to delete it but the detection of it and trying to use it runs before we get to a point where our command line runs.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Peach Finance Team (Eran)