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# you can even provide different app identifiers, Apple IDs and team names per lane:
# More information: https://github.com/fastlane/fastlane/blob/master/docs/Appfile.md
app_identifier ENV["APP_IDENTIFIER"] # The bundle identifier of your app
# You will have to set APP_IDENTIFIER into your .env files
apple_id ENV["APPLE_ID"] # Your Apple email address
team_id ENV["TEAM_ID"] # Developer Portal Team ID
# --------
# Fastlane lanes based on --env option
# --------
# Use action import(_from_git) into your Fastfile to use this file
# See https://github.com/fastlane/fastlane/blob/master/fastlane/docs/Advanced.md#importing-another-fastfile
# To configure it:
# - Use environment actions variables (SIGH_*, GYM_*, ...) into .env.* files
# - Override (private)lanes into your custom Fastfile
platform :ios do
before_all do
define_optional_envs()
end
desc "Builds and deploys application"
lane :deploy do
set_build_number()
verify_release() if ENV["VERIFY_RELEASE"] == "true"
build()
upload_symbols_to_crashlytics()
crashlytics() if ENV['DEPLOY_CRASHLYTICS'] == 'true'
pilot() if ENV['DEPLOY_TESTFLIGHT'] == 'true'
slack(message: "build ##{get_version_number}-#{lane_context[:BUILD_NUMBER]}") unless is_ci
end
private_lane :build do
require_envs(:APP_IDENTIFIER, :GYM_SCHEME, :GYM_WORKSPACE, verbose: true)
get_signing_identity()
xcargs = {
:CODE_SIGN_STYLE => "Manual", #disable automatic signing
:PROVISIONING_PROFILE_SPECIFIER => lane_context[:SIGH_NAME],
:DEVELOPMENT_TEAM => ENV['TEAM_ID']
}
build_ios_app(xcargs: xcargs, output_directory: "build")
verify_build(bundle_identifier: ENV['APP_IDENTIFIER'],
provisioning_uuid: ENV['SIGH_UUID'])
end
desc "Run tests with coverage"
lane :test do
require_envs(:APP_IDENTIFIER, :GYM_SCHEME, :GYM_WORKSPACE)
scan(scheme: ENV['GYM_SCHEME'], code_coverage: true, output_directory: "build")
end
desc "Tags current HEAD for future release"
lane :tag_for_release do
set_build_number()
add_git_tag(tag: "#{get_version_number}-#{lane_context[:build_number]}")
end
desc "Updates app with a deterministic build number"
private_lane :set_build_number do
lane_context[:BUILD_NUMBER] = number_of_commits
system("cd .. && agvtool new-version -all #{lane_context[:BUILD_NUMBER]}")
end
desc "Checks HEAD is tagged for release"
private_lane :verify_release do
head_info = sh("git describe --exact-match HEAD").strip
version_tag = "#{get_version_number}-#{lane_context[:BUILD_NUMBER]}"
UI.user_error! "HEAD (#{head_info}) not tagged #{version_tag}" unless head_info == version_tag
end
desc "Get or create signing data (certificate + provisioning profile)."
private_lane :get_signing_identity do
unlock_keychain() unless ENV["FL_UNLOCK_KEYCHAIN_PASSWORD"].nil?
get_certificates(development: ENV["SIGH_DEVELOPMENT"])
get_provisioning_profile(output_path: "build")
end
private_lane :set_optional_envs do
ENV["SIGH_DEVELOPMENT"] ||= ["app-store", "enterprise"].contains(ENV["GYM_EXPORT_METHOD"]) ? false : true
end
end
def require_options(options, names, verbose: false)
#using Array(xx) allows to pass an array or a single value to func
Array(names).each do |option|
UI.user_error!("#{option.downcase} must be specified") if options[option].nil?
UI.important "Running with option #{option.downcase} = #{options[option]}" if verbose
end
end
def require_envs(*options, verbose: false)
options.each do |option|
UI.user_error!("ENV[#{option.downcase}] must be defined") if ENV[option.to_s].nil?
UI.important "Running with ENV #{option.downcase} = #{ENV[option.to_s]}" if verbose
end
end
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@pjechris pjechris commented Jan 15, 2019

How to use it

  1. Download the fastfile, rename it and then add import("./path/to/other/Fastfile") into your project Fasftile
  2. Add import_from_git(url: "") into your project Fasftile

You can then override any pre-defined lane if you need some specific customization.

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