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Description

A GitHub action for executing fastlane lanes.

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GitHub Action: Fastlane

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This action executes the lane that is passed.

:information_source: Migration to 2.0.0.

Since there were various issues with the hardcoded ruby version inside this action, I decided to hand over the responsibility of setting up the ruby version to the user of this action. So, if you were previously using this action without a setup-ruby step preceding this action, you have to add the setup-ruby step as soon as you migrate to version 2.0.0. ~~If you don't want the behaviour to change, you can specify ruby-version >= 2.6, since that was the version that was hardcoded in versions < 2.0.0 of this action. If you don't have any special requirements when it comes to your ruby version, I would recommend using

2.7.2
. Since December 2020, there is a new major version of Ruby available, but fastlane does not support that yet (see this issue). You can keep an eye on this issue from the fastlane repo to see when that changes.~~ Fastlane now also supports Ruby 3.

Inputs

lane

Required The lane that should be executed.

options

Optional The options that should be passed as arguments to the lane. The options should be serialized as a JSON object.

subdirectory

Optional The relative path from the project root to the subdirectory where the fastlane folder is located.

bundle-install-path

Optional The directory where Ruby gems should be installed to and cached. If a relative path is specified, it's applied relative to the location of the

Gemfile
, which is either the project root or the directory from the
subdirectory
input option.

verbose

Optional If set to true, adds the verbose option to the fastlane command for extended log output.

skip-tracking

Optional The action tracks usage using Firebase by default (see Tracking of usage statistics). You can disable tracking by setting this input option to 'true'.

Example usage

Basic usage for executing a lane in the root directory without arguments.

- uses: actions/[email protected]
- uses: actions/[email protected]
  with:
    ruby-version: '2.7.2'
- uses: maierj/[email protected]
  with:
    lane: 'beta'

\ Usage for executing a lane in the root directory with arguments. For a lane called

beta
to be called like
fastlane beta option1:value1 option2:value2
the workflow step should look like
- uses: actions/[email protected]
- uses: actions/[email protected]
  with:
    ruby-version: '2.7.2'
- uses: maierj/[email protected]
  with:
    lane: 'beta'
    options: '{ "option1": "value1", "option2": "value2" }'
\ Usage for executing a lane in a context where the fastlane folder is in a subdirectory called
ios
.
- uses: actions/[email protected]
- uses: actions/[email protected]
  with:
    ruby-version: '2.7.2'
- uses: maierj/[email protected]
  with:
    lane: 'beta'
    subdirectory: 'ios'

\ Speed up execution time of your workflow by specifying a custom directory where Ruby gems are installed to and shared between multiple steps of the same workflow.

- uses: actions/[email protected]
- uses: actions/[email protected]
  with:
    ruby-version: '2.7.2'
- uses: maierj/[email protected]
  with:
    lane: 'beta'
    subdirectory: 'ios'
    bundle-install-path: 'vendor/bundle'

Support & Limitations

The action supports macOS and ubuntu as virtual environments.

Tracking of usage statistics

Usage of this action is tracked using Firebase. The information that is tracked is: - If optional input

options
is used (not the value of the parameter) - If optional input
subdirectory
is used (not the value of the parameter) - If optional input
bundle-install-path
is used (not the value of the parameter) - Operating System of the runner that executes this action (using environment variable
RUNNER_OS
) - Name of the repository, that uses the action (using environment variable
GITHUB_REPOSITORY
)

Tracking can be disabled by using the input option

skip-tracking
.

Usage statistics results

These charts are generated automatically every night using a GitHub action workflow. The earliest data points were created on 27.12.2019.

Cumulative number of unique repositories that use the action

Cumulative number of unique repositories that use the action

Non-cumulative number of action runs

Non-cumulative number of action runs

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