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 by   fastlane Ruby Version: 2.205.2 License: MIT

 by   fastlane Ruby Version: 2.205.2 License: MIT

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kandi X-RAY | fastlane Summary

fastlane is a Ruby library typically used in Telecommunications, Media, Telecom, Mobile, iOS, React Native, Xcode applications. fastlane has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has medium support. You can download it from GitHub.
🚀 The easiest way to automate building and releasing your iOS and Android apps
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  • fastlane has a medium active ecosystem.
  • It has 34761 star(s) with 5188 fork(s). There are 757 watchers for this library.
  • There were 10 major release(s) in the last 12 months.
  • There are 124 open issues and 11910 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 70 days. There are 72 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of fastlane is 2.205.2
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  • fastlane has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • fastlane has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • fastlane code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • fastlane is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
  • Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.
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  • fastlane releases are available to install and integrate.
  • It has 118637 lines of code, 6067 functions and 1290 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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kandi has reviewed fastlane and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into fastlane implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Updates the options for the given options .
    • Runs command .
      • Import certificate file
        • Handles the authentication token
          • Runs the program .
            • Builds the box associated with the title
              • Create metadata files from the metadata directory
                • Run the command
                  • Runs the prerequisites .
                    • Renames the provisioner with the given parameters

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                      fastlane Key Features

                      🚀 The easiest way to automate building and releasing your iOS and Android apps

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                      Get version number for Android using Fastlane

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                      versionCode = 100
                      versionName = "1.0.0"
                      
                      #...
                      
                      gradle(
                              task: 'bundle',
                              build_type: 'Release',
                              print_command: false,
                              properties: {
                                    "versionCode" => versionCode,
                                    "versionName" => versionName,             
                                  }
                            )
                      #...
                      
                      slack(
                             message: "Test version code: #{versionCode} and version name: #{versionName} successfully deployed to Play Store",
                             success: true,
                             slack_url: "https://hooks.slack.com/services/test",
                             attachment_properties: {
                                 fields: [
                                     {
                                         title: "Environment",
                                         value: "Staging",
                                     }
                                 ]
                             }
                      )
                      

                      Expo eas-cli iOS build failing

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                       {
                            "cli": {
                              "version": ">= 0.48.2"
                            },
                            "build": {
                              "development": {
                                "ios": {"image": "latest"},
                                "developmentClient": true,
                                "distribution": "internal"
                              },
                              "preview": {
                                "distribution": "internal"
                              },
                              "production": {
                              }
                            },
                            "submit": {
                              "production": {
                              }
                            }
                          }
                      

                      fastlane: [!] Google Api Error: Invalid request - Package not found: com.example.todo

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                      fastlane supply init
                      

                      What are the differences between xcodebuild, xcrun and swift command line tools?

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                      xcodebuild -workspace MyWorkspace.xcworkspace -scheme MyScheme
                      
                      xcrun [-sdk SDK] -find <tool_name>
                      
                      xcrun xcode-select --print-path
                      
                      xcodebuild -workspace MyWorkspace.xcworkspace -scheme MyScheme
                      
                      xcrun [-sdk SDK] -find <tool_name>
                      
                      xcrun xcode-select --print-path
                      
                      xcodebuild -workspace MyWorkspace.xcworkspace -scheme MyScheme
                      
                      xcrun [-sdk SDK] -find <tool_name>
                      
                      xcrun xcode-select --print-path
                      
                      ### open 'bin' directory for the currently active Xcode toolchain 
                      open `xcode-select --print-path`/usr/bin
                      
                      xcrun not_a_tool  help
                      
                      # xcrun: error: 
                      #   sh -c '/Applications/Xcode.app/…/bin/xcodebuild 
                      #         -sdk /Applications/Xcode.app/…/MacOSX.sdk 
                      #         -find not_a_tool 2> /dev/null' 
                      # failed with exit code 17664: (null) (errno=Invalid argument)
                      
                      xcodebuild -help
                      
                      xcrun xcodebuild -version
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      xcodebuild -version 
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      swift --help
                      
                      # SUBCOMMANDS (swift <subcommand> [arguments]):
                      #   build:   SwiftPM - Build sources into binary products
                      #   package: SwiftPM - Perform operations on Swift packages
                      #   run:     SwiftPM - Build and run an executable product
                      #   test:    SwiftPM - Build and run tests
                      
                      > swift
                      Welcome to Swift version 5.5.2-dev.
                      Type :help for assistance.
                        1> 8 + 9 
                      $R0: Int = 17
                        2> :quit
                      
                      #!/usr/bin/swift
                      
                      // File: example_script.swift
                      // reminder: chmod to executable before invoking the script
                      
                      import Foundation
                      
                      func printHelp() {
                          print("Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.")
                      }
                      
                      // --- main ---
                      if CommandLine.argc < 2 {
                          printHelp()
                      } else {
                          for i: Int in 1 ..< Int(CommandLine.argc) {
                              print( CommandLine.arguments[i] )
                          }
                      }
                      
                      ls -l example_script.swift 
                      # -rwxr--r--@ 1 user staff  321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script.swift 
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script.swift a bcd
                      # a
                      # bcd
                      
                      ## Let's compile the script...
                      swiftc example_script.swift 
                      
                      ls -l ex*
                      # -rwxr-xr-x  1 user staff  55136 Dec 30 16:57 example_script
                      # -rwxr--r--  1 user staff    321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script xyx
                      # xyz  
                      
                      ### open 'bin' directory for the currently active Xcode toolchain 
                      open `xcode-select --print-path`/usr/bin
                      
                      xcrun not_a_tool  help
                      
                      # xcrun: error: 
                      #   sh -c '/Applications/Xcode.app/…/bin/xcodebuild 
                      #         -sdk /Applications/Xcode.app/…/MacOSX.sdk 
                      #         -find not_a_tool 2> /dev/null' 
                      # failed with exit code 17664: (null) (errno=Invalid argument)
                      
                      xcodebuild -help
                      
                      xcrun xcodebuild -version
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      xcodebuild -version 
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      swift --help
                      
                      # SUBCOMMANDS (swift <subcommand> [arguments]):
                      #   build:   SwiftPM - Build sources into binary products
                      #   package: SwiftPM - Perform operations on Swift packages
                      #   run:     SwiftPM - Build and run an executable product
                      #   test:    SwiftPM - Build and run tests
                      
                      > swift
                      Welcome to Swift version 5.5.2-dev.
                      Type :help for assistance.
                        1> 8 + 9 
                      $R0: Int = 17
                        2> :quit
                      
                      #!/usr/bin/swift
                      
                      // File: example_script.swift
                      // reminder: chmod to executable before invoking the script
                      
                      import Foundation
                      
                      func printHelp() {
                          print("Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.")
                      }
                      
                      // --- main ---
                      if CommandLine.argc < 2 {
                          printHelp()
                      } else {
                          for i: Int in 1 ..< Int(CommandLine.argc) {
                              print( CommandLine.arguments[i] )
                          }
                      }
                      
                      ls -l example_script.swift 
                      # -rwxr--r--@ 1 user staff  321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script.swift 
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script.swift a bcd
                      # a
                      # bcd
                      
                      ## Let's compile the script...
                      swiftc example_script.swift 
                      
                      ls -l ex*
                      # -rwxr-xr-x  1 user staff  55136 Dec 30 16:57 example_script
                      # -rwxr--r--  1 user staff    321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script xyx
                      # xyz  
                      
                      ### open 'bin' directory for the currently active Xcode toolchain 
                      open `xcode-select --print-path`/usr/bin
                      
                      xcrun not_a_tool  help
                      
                      # xcrun: error: 
                      #   sh -c '/Applications/Xcode.app/…/bin/xcodebuild 
                      #         -sdk /Applications/Xcode.app/…/MacOSX.sdk 
                      #         -find not_a_tool 2> /dev/null' 
                      # failed with exit code 17664: (null) (errno=Invalid argument)
                      
                      xcodebuild -help
                      
                      xcrun xcodebuild -version
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      xcodebuild -version 
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      swift --help
                      
                      # SUBCOMMANDS (swift <subcommand> [arguments]):
                      #   build:   SwiftPM - Build sources into binary products
                      #   package: SwiftPM - Perform operations on Swift packages
                      #   run:     SwiftPM - Build and run an executable product
                      #   test:    SwiftPM - Build and run tests
                      
                      > swift
                      Welcome to Swift version 5.5.2-dev.
                      Type :help for assistance.
                        1> 8 + 9 
                      $R0: Int = 17
                        2> :quit
                      
                      #!/usr/bin/swift
                      
                      // File: example_script.swift
                      // reminder: chmod to executable before invoking the script
                      
                      import Foundation
                      
                      func printHelp() {
                          print("Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.")
                      }
                      
                      // --- main ---
                      if CommandLine.argc < 2 {
                          printHelp()
                      } else {
                          for i: Int in 1 ..< Int(CommandLine.argc) {
                              print( CommandLine.arguments[i] )
                          }
                      }
                      
                      ls -l example_script.swift 
                      # -rwxr--r--@ 1 user staff  321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script.swift 
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script.swift a bcd
                      # a
                      # bcd
                      
                      ## Let's compile the script...
                      swiftc example_script.swift 
                      
                      ls -l ex*
                      # -rwxr-xr-x  1 user staff  55136 Dec 30 16:57 example_script
                      # -rwxr--r--  1 user staff    321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script xyx
                      # xyz  
                      
                      ### open 'bin' directory for the currently active Xcode toolchain 
                      open `xcode-select --print-path`/usr/bin
                      
                      xcrun not_a_tool  help
                      
                      # xcrun: error: 
                      #   sh -c '/Applications/Xcode.app/…/bin/xcodebuild 
                      #         -sdk /Applications/Xcode.app/…/MacOSX.sdk 
                      #         -find not_a_tool 2> /dev/null' 
                      # failed with exit code 17664: (null) (errno=Invalid argument)
                      
                      xcodebuild -help
                      
                      xcrun xcodebuild -version
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      xcodebuild -version 
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      swift --help
                      
                      # SUBCOMMANDS (swift <subcommand> [arguments]):
                      #   build:   SwiftPM - Build sources into binary products
                      #   package: SwiftPM - Perform operations on Swift packages
                      #   run:     SwiftPM - Build and run an executable product
                      #   test:    SwiftPM - Build and run tests
                      
                      > swift
                      Welcome to Swift version 5.5.2-dev.
                      Type :help for assistance.
                        1> 8 + 9 
                      $R0: Int = 17
                        2> :quit
                      
                      #!/usr/bin/swift
                      
                      // File: example_script.swift
                      // reminder: chmod to executable before invoking the script
                      
                      import Foundation
                      
                      func printHelp() {
                          print("Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.")
                      }
                      
                      // --- main ---
                      if CommandLine.argc < 2 {
                          printHelp()
                      } else {
                          for i: Int in 1 ..< Int(CommandLine.argc) {
                              print( CommandLine.arguments[i] )
                          }
                      }
                      
                      ls -l example_script.swift 
                      # -rwxr--r--@ 1 user staff  321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script.swift 
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script.swift a bcd
                      # a
                      # bcd
                      
                      ## Let's compile the script...
                      swiftc example_script.swift 
                      
                      ls -l ex*
                      # -rwxr-xr-x  1 user staff  55136 Dec 30 16:57 example_script
                      # -rwxr--r--  1 user staff    321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script xyx
                      # xyz  
                      
                      ### open 'bin' directory for the currently active Xcode toolchain 
                      open `xcode-select --print-path`/usr/bin
                      
                      xcrun not_a_tool  help
                      
                      # xcrun: error: 
                      #   sh -c '/Applications/Xcode.app/…/bin/xcodebuild 
                      #         -sdk /Applications/Xcode.app/…/MacOSX.sdk 
                      #         -find not_a_tool 2> /dev/null' 
                      # failed with exit code 17664: (null) (errno=Invalid argument)
                      
                      xcodebuild -help
                      
                      xcrun xcodebuild -version
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      xcodebuild -version 
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      swift --help
                      
                      # SUBCOMMANDS (swift <subcommand> [arguments]):
                      #   build:   SwiftPM - Build sources into binary products
                      #   package: SwiftPM - Perform operations on Swift packages
                      #   run:     SwiftPM - Build and run an executable product
                      #   test:    SwiftPM - Build and run tests
                      
                      > swift
                      Welcome to Swift version 5.5.2-dev.
                      Type :help for assistance.
                        1> 8 + 9 
                      $R0: Int = 17
                        2> :quit
                      
                      #!/usr/bin/swift
                      
                      // File: example_script.swift
                      // reminder: chmod to executable before invoking the script
                      
                      import Foundation
                      
                      func printHelp() {
                          print("Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.")
                      }
                      
                      // --- main ---
                      if CommandLine.argc < 2 {
                          printHelp()
                      } else {
                          for i: Int in 1 ..< Int(CommandLine.argc) {
                              print( CommandLine.arguments[i] )
                          }
                      }
                      
                      ls -l example_script.swift 
                      # -rwxr--r--@ 1 user staff  321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script.swift 
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script.swift a bcd
                      # a
                      # bcd
                      
                      ## Let's compile the script...
                      swiftc example_script.swift 
                      
                      ls -l ex*
                      # -rwxr-xr-x  1 user staff  55136 Dec 30 16:57 example_script
                      # -rwxr--r--  1 user staff    321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script xyx
                      # xyz  
                      
                      ### open 'bin' directory for the currently active Xcode toolchain 
                      open `xcode-select --print-path`/usr/bin
                      
                      xcrun not_a_tool  help
                      
                      # xcrun: error: 
                      #   sh -c '/Applications/Xcode.app/…/bin/xcodebuild 
                      #         -sdk /Applications/Xcode.app/…/MacOSX.sdk 
                      #         -find not_a_tool 2> /dev/null' 
                      # failed with exit code 17664: (null) (errno=Invalid argument)
                      
                      xcodebuild -help
                      
                      xcrun xcodebuild -version
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      xcodebuild -version 
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      swift --help
                      
                      # SUBCOMMANDS (swift <subcommand> [arguments]):
                      #   build:   SwiftPM - Build sources into binary products
                      #   package: SwiftPM - Perform operations on Swift packages
                      #   run:     SwiftPM - Build and run an executable product
                      #   test:    SwiftPM - Build and run tests
                      
                      > swift
                      Welcome to Swift version 5.5.2-dev.
                      Type :help for assistance.
                        1> 8 + 9 
                      $R0: Int = 17
                        2> :quit
                      
                      #!/usr/bin/swift
                      
                      // File: example_script.swift
                      // reminder: chmod to executable before invoking the script
                      
                      import Foundation
                      
                      func printHelp() {
                          print("Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.")
                      }
                      
                      // --- main ---
                      if CommandLine.argc < 2 {
                          printHelp()
                      } else {
                          for i: Int in 1 ..< Int(CommandLine.argc) {
                              print( CommandLine.arguments[i] )
                          }
                      }
                      
                      ls -l example_script.swift 
                      # -rwxr--r--@ 1 user staff  321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script.swift 
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script.swift a bcd
                      # a
                      # bcd
                      
                      ## Let's compile the script...
                      swiftc example_script.swift 
                      
                      ls -l ex*
                      # -rwxr-xr-x  1 user staff  55136 Dec 30 16:57 example_script
                      # -rwxr--r--  1 user staff    321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script xyx
                      # xyz  
                      
                      ### open 'bin' directory for the currently active Xcode toolchain 
                      open `xcode-select --print-path`/usr/bin
                      
                      xcrun not_a_tool  help
                      
                      # xcrun: error: 
                      #   sh -c '/Applications/Xcode.app/…/bin/xcodebuild 
                      #         -sdk /Applications/Xcode.app/…/MacOSX.sdk 
                      #         -find not_a_tool 2> /dev/null' 
                      # failed with exit code 17664: (null) (errno=Invalid argument)
                      
                      xcodebuild -help
                      
                      xcrun xcodebuild -version
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      xcodebuild -version 
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      swift --help
                      
                      # SUBCOMMANDS (swift <subcommand> [arguments]):
                      #   build:   SwiftPM - Build sources into binary products
                      #   package: SwiftPM - Perform operations on Swift packages
                      #   run:     SwiftPM - Build and run an executable product
                      #   test:    SwiftPM - Build and run tests
                      
                      > swift
                      Welcome to Swift version 5.5.2-dev.
                      Type :help for assistance.
                        1> 8 + 9 
                      $R0: Int = 17
                        2> :quit
                      
                      #!/usr/bin/swift
                      
                      // File: example_script.swift
                      // reminder: chmod to executable before invoking the script
                      
                      import Foundation
                      
                      func printHelp() {
                          print("Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.")
                      }
                      
                      // --- main ---
                      if CommandLine.argc < 2 {
                          printHelp()
                      } else {
                          for i: Int in 1 ..< Int(CommandLine.argc) {
                              print( CommandLine.arguments[i] )
                          }
                      }
                      
                      ls -l example_script.swift 
                      # -rwxr--r--@ 1 user staff  321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script.swift 
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script.swift a bcd
                      # a
                      # bcd
                      
                      ## Let's compile the script...
                      swiftc example_script.swift 
                      
                      ls -l ex*
                      # -rwxr-xr-x  1 user staff  55136 Dec 30 16:57 example_script
                      # -rwxr--r--  1 user staff    321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script xyx
                      # xyz  
                      
                      ### open 'bin' directory for the currently active Xcode toolchain 
                      open `xcode-select --print-path`/usr/bin
                      
                      xcrun not_a_tool  help
                      
                      # xcrun: error: 
                      #   sh -c '/Applications/Xcode.app/…/bin/xcodebuild 
                      #         -sdk /Applications/Xcode.app/…/MacOSX.sdk 
                      #         -find not_a_tool 2> /dev/null' 
                      # failed with exit code 17664: (null) (errno=Invalid argument)
                      
                      xcodebuild -help
                      
                      xcrun xcodebuild -version
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      xcodebuild -version 
                      # Xcode 13.2.1
                      # Build version 13C100
                      
                      swift --help
                      
                      # SUBCOMMANDS (swift <subcommand> [arguments]):
                      #   build:   SwiftPM - Build sources into binary products
                      #   package: SwiftPM - Perform operations on Swift packages
                      #   run:     SwiftPM - Build and run an executable product
                      #   test:    SwiftPM - Build and run tests
                      
                      > swift
                      Welcome to Swift version 5.5.2-dev.
                      Type :help for assistance.
                        1> 8 + 9 
                      $R0: Int = 17
                        2> :quit
                      
                      #!/usr/bin/swift
                      
                      // File: example_script.swift
                      // reminder: chmod to executable before invoking the script
                      
                      import Foundation
                      
                      func printHelp() {
                          print("Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.")
                      }
                      
                      // --- main ---
                      if CommandLine.argc < 2 {
                          printHelp()
                      } else {
                          for i: Int in 1 ..< Int(CommandLine.argc) {
                              print( CommandLine.arguments[i] )
                          }
                      }
                      
                      ls -l example_script.swift 
                      # -rwxr--r--@ 1 user staff  321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script.swift 
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script.swift a bcd
                      # a
                      # bcd
                      
                      ## Let's compile the script...
                      swiftc example_script.swift 
                      
                      ls -l ex*
                      # -rwxr-xr-x  1 user staff  55136 Dec 30 16:57 example_script
                      # -rwxr--r--  1 user staff    321 Dec 30 16:56 example_script.swift
                      
                      ./example_script
                      # Please add an argument to the command line. Thanks.
                      
                      ./example_script xyx
                      # xyz  
                      

                      Can't install Python 3.10.0 with pyenv on MacOS

                      copy iconCopydownload iconDownload
                      $ pyenv install 3.10.0
                      python-build: use openssl@1.1 from homebrew
                      python-build: use readline from homebrew
                      Downloading Python-3.10.0.tar.xz...
                      -> https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.10.0/Python-3.10.0.tar.xz
                      Installing Python-3.10.0...
                      python-build: use tcl-tk from homebrew
                      python-build: use readline from homebrew
                      python-build: use zlib from xcode sdk
                      Installed Python-3.10.0 to /Users/myuser/.pyenv/versions/3.10.0
                      
                      brew update && brew upgrade pyenv
                      
                      $ pyenv install 3.10.0
                      python-build: use openssl@1.1 from homebrew
                      python-build: use readline from homebrew
                      Downloading Python-3.10.0.tar.xz...
                      -> https://www.python.org/ftp/python/3.10.0/Python-3.10.0.tar.xz
                      Installing Python-3.10.0...
                      python-build: use tcl-tk from homebrew
                      python-build: use readline from homebrew
                      python-build: use zlib from xcode sdk
                      Installed Python-3.10.0 to /Users/myuser/.pyenv/versions/3.10.0
                      
                      brew update && brew upgrade pyenv
                      
                      sudo rm -rf /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools
                      sudo xcode-select --install
                      
                      sudo rm -rf /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools
                      sudo xcode-select --install
                      
                      brew update && brew upgrade && brew reinstall zlib openssl bzip2 readline
                      
                      CFLAGS="-I$(brew --prefix openssl)/include \
                         -I$(brew --prefix bzip2)/include \
                         -I$(brew --prefix readline)/include \
                         -I$(xcrun --show-sdk-path)/usr/include" \
                      LDFLAGS="-L$(brew --prefix openssl)/lib \
                         -L$(brew --prefix readline)/lib \
                         -L$(brew --prefix zlib)/lib \
                         -L$(brew --prefix bzip2)/lib" \
                         pyenv install 3.10.0
                      
                      sudo rm -rf /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools
                      sudo xcode-select --install
                      
                      brew update && brew upgrade && brew reinstall zlib openssl bzip2 readline
                      
                      CFLAGS="-I$(brew --prefix openssl)/include \
                         -I$(brew --prefix bzip2)/include \
                         -I$(brew --prefix readline)/include \
                         -I$(xcrun --show-sdk-path)/usr/include" \
                      LDFLAGS="-L$(brew --prefix openssl)/lib \
                         -L$(brew --prefix readline)/lib \
                         -L$(brew --prefix zlib)/lib \
                         -L$(brew --prefix bzip2)/lib" \
                         pyenv install 3.10.0
                      
                      sudo rm -rf /Library/Developer/CommandLineTools
                      sudo xcode-select --install
                      
                      brew update && brew upgrade && brew reinstall zlib openssl bzip2 readline
                      
                      CFLAGS="-I$(brew --prefix openssl)/include \
                         -I$(brew --prefix bzip2)/include \
                         -I$(brew --prefix readline)/include \
                         -I$(xcrun --show-sdk-path)/usr/include" \
                      LDFLAGS="-L$(brew --prefix openssl)/lib \
                         -L$(brew --prefix readline)/lib \
                         -L$(brew --prefix zlib)/lib \
                         -L$(brew --prefix bzip2)/lib" \
                         pyenv install 3.10.0
                      

                      Play console suddenly started review internal testing

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                      I'm sorry we got disconnected during our chat today - please let us know how we can help resolve your issue. If you'd prefer to contact us again via chat support, we're available Monday through Friday, 12 am to 12 am GMT.
                      
                      We also offer email support 24/7. Just respond to this email and I (or one of my teammates) can pick up where we left off.
                      
                      In most cases, if you upload an app bundle to an internal test track, changes will be immediately available. App updates on internal test tracks are not subject to reviews but may be subject to retroactive reviews after going live on the Play store.
                      
                      There are two caveats to note regarding reviews and internal test tracks:
                      
                      If your app's first release roll-out is on an internal test track, the submission must be reviewed before it can be published. Reviews can take a few hours or up to 7 days (or longer in exceptional cases), as it depends on the review time that your app is subject to.
                      If your previous submission has been rejected, the next submission must be reviewed before it can be published. In this case, if you upload an app bundle to an internal test track, changes will not become available until the review is complete and approved.
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                      "generate:bundle": "react-native bundle --platform android --dev false --bundle-output android/app/src/main/assets/index.android.bundle --entry-file index.js"
                      
                      npm run generate:build
                      
                      android/app/build/generated/assets/react/dev/release/index.android.bundle
                      
                      android/app/src/main/assets/index.android.bundle
                      
                      "generate:bundle": "react-native bundle --platform android --dev false --bundle-output android/app/src/main/assets/index.android.bundle --entry-file index.js"
                      
                      npm run generate:build
                      
                      android/app/build/generated/assets/react/dev/release/index.android.bundle
                      
                      android/app/src/main/assets/index.android.bundle
                      
                      "generate:bundle": "react-native bundle --platform android --dev false --bundle-output android/app/src/main/assets/index.android.bundle --entry-file index.js"
                      
                      npm run generate:build
                      
                      android/app/build/generated/assets/react/dev/release/index.android.bundle
                      
                      android/app/src/main/assets/index.android.bundle
                      
                      "generate:bundle": "react-native bundle --platform android --dev false --bundle-output android/app/src/main/assets/index.android.bundle --entry-file index.js"
                      
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                      git stash clear
                      git fetch --all
                      git pull 
                      git checkout master # or $1
                      bundle exec fastlane ios build build_type:adhoc build_env:dev
                      
                      cd ~/myProject/src 
                      git stash clear
                      git fetch --all
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                      bundle install
                      bundle exec fastlane ios build build_type:adhoc build_env:dev
                      
                      Your branch is up to date with 'origin/feature/sprint_7'.
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                      Install missing gem executables with `bundle install`
                      
                      cd ~/myProject/src 
                      git stash clear
                      git fetch --all
                      git pull 
                      git checkout master # or $1
                      bundle exec fastlane ios build build_type:adhoc build_env:dev
                      
                      cd ~/myProject/src 
                      git stash clear
                      git fetch --all
                      git pull 
                      git checkout master # or $1
                      bundle install
                      bundle exec fastlane ios build build_type:adhoc build_env:dev
                      
                      Your branch is up to date with 'origin/feature/sprint_7'.
                      bundler: command not found: fastlane
                      Install missing gem executables with `bundle install`
                      
                      cd ~/myProject/src 
                      git stash clear
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                      bundle exec fastlane ios build build_type:adhoc build_env:dev
                      
                      cd ~/myProject/src 
                      git stash clear
                      git fetch --all
                      git pull 
                      git checkout master # or $1
                      bundle install
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                      QUESTION

                      Get version number for Android using Fastlane

                      Asked 2022-Mar-24 at 12:04

                      I'm using Fastlane to automate my iOS and Android releases for my React Native app. It works great I'm just struggling to get the current Android version number to pass into a Slack message once the app has been deployed. Below is my current Android lane:

                      lane :deploy_staging do
                          gradle(task: "clean")
                      
                          puts "CONFIG: #{ENV['CONFIG']}"
                      
                          gradle(
                              task: 'bundle',
                              build_type: 'Release',
                              print_command: false,
                          )
                      
                          upload_to_play_store(track: 'internal')
                      
                         slack(
                             message: "Test successfully deployed to Play Store",
                             success: true,
                             slack_url: "https://hooks.slack.com/services/test",
                             attachment_properties: {
                                 fields: [
                                     {
                                         title: "Environment",
                                         value: "Staging",
                                     }
                                 ]
                             }
                         )
                      end
                      

                      With iOS I run the following to get the version number:

                        {
                                 title: "Version number",
                                 value: get_version_number(target:"testapp"),
                        }
                      

                      But there doesn't seem to be this method call for Android, is there an easy way for me to pull in the version number?

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2021-Nov-03 at 18:27

                      You can set the version code and version name as a local variable and pass them manually to your gradle method. Then use them in your slack method, too. Try something like this:

                      versionCode = 100
                      versionName = "1.0.0"
                      
                      #...
                      
                      gradle(
                              task: 'bundle',
                              build_type: 'Release',
                              print_command: false,
                              properties: {
                                    "versionCode" => versionCode,
                                    "versionName" => versionName,             
                                  }
                            )
                      #...
                      
                      slack(
                             message: "Test version code: #{versionCode} and version name: #{versionName} successfully deployed to Play Store",
                             success: true,
                             slack_url: "https://hooks.slack.com/services/test",
                             attachment_properties: {
                                 fields: [
                                     {
                                         title: "Environment",
                                         value: "Staging",
                                     }
                                 ]
                             }
                      )
                      

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