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  2. data/README.md +80 -80
  3. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/actions_helper.rb +20 -1
  4. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/app_store_connect_api_key.rb +6 -1
  5. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/docs/capture_android_screenshots.md +2 -2
  6. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/docs/capture_ios_screenshots.md +1 -1
  7. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/docs/create_app_online.md +1 -1
  8. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/docs/frame_screenshots.md +2 -2
  9. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/docs/run_tests.md +2 -2
  10. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/docs/sync_code_signing.md +3 -3
  11. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/docs/upload_to_play_store.md +2 -2
  12. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/docs/upload_to_testflight.md +1 -1
  13. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/download_dsyms.rb +1 -0
  14. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/actions/ensure_git_status_clean.rb +13 -2
  15. data/fastlane/lib/fastlane/version.rb +1 -1
  16. data/fastlane/swift/Deliverfile.swift +1 -1
  17. data/fastlane/swift/DeliverfileProtocol.swift +1 -1
  18. data/fastlane/swift/Fastlane.swift +8 -5
  19. data/fastlane/swift/Gymfile.swift +1 -1
  20. data/fastlane/swift/GymfileProtocol.swift +1 -1
  21. data/fastlane/swift/LaneFileProtocol.swift +17 -21
  22. data/fastlane/swift/Matchfile.swift +1 -1
  23. data/fastlane/swift/MatchfileProtocol.swift +2 -2
  24. data/fastlane/swift/Precheckfile.swift +1 -1
  25. data/fastlane/swift/PrecheckfileProtocol.swift +1 -1
  26. data/fastlane/swift/Scanfile.swift +1 -1
  27. data/fastlane/swift/ScanfileProtocol.swift +1 -1
  28. data/fastlane/swift/Screengrabfile.swift +1 -1
  29. data/fastlane/swift/ScreengrabfileProtocol.swift +1 -1
  30. data/fastlane/swift/Snapshotfile.swift +1 -1
  31. data/fastlane/swift/SnapshotfileProtocol.swift +1 -1
  32. data/match/lib/match/options.rb +1 -1
  33. data/spaceship/README.md +1 -1
  34. data/spaceship/lib/spaceship/connect_api/tunes/tunes.rb +4 -1
  35. data/spaceship/lib/spaceship/helper/net_http_generic_request.rb +11 -5
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  <!-- This table is regenerated and resorted on each release -->
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+ | `padding` | The content of the framed screenshot will be resized to match the specified `padding` around all edges. The vertical padding is also applied between the text and the top or bottom (depending on `title_below_image`) of the device frame. <p> There are 3 different options of specifying the padding: <p> 1. Default: An integer value that defines both horizontal and vertical padding in pixels. <br> 2. A string that defines (different) padding values in pixels for horizontal and vertical padding. The syntax is `"<horizontal>x<vertical>"`, e.g. `"30x60"`. <br> 3. A string that defines (different) padding values in percentage for horizontal and vertical padding. The syntax is `"<horizontal>%x<vertical>%"`, e.g. `"5%x10%"`. <br> **Note:** The percentage is calculated from the smallest image dimension (height or width). <p> A combination of option 2 and 3 is possible, e.g. `"5%x40"`. | `50` |
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  | `interline_spacing` | Specifies whether _frameit_ should add or subtract this many pixels between the individual lines of text. This only applies to a multi-line `title` and/or `keyword` to expand or squash together the individual lines of text. | `0` |
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164
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@@ -81,7 +81,7 @@ _scan_ uses the latest APIs and tools to make running tests plain simple and off
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84
- _scan_ uses a plain `xcodebuild` command, therefore keeping 100% compatible with `xcodebuild`. To generate the nice output, _scan_ uses [xcpretty](https://github.com/supermarin/xcpretty). You can alway access the raw output in `~/Library/Logs/scan`.
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+ _scan_ uses a plain `xcodebuild` command, therefore keeping 100% compatible with `xcodebuild`. To generate the nice output, _scan_ uses [xcpretty](https://github.com/supermarin/xcpretty). You can always access the raw output in `~/Library/Logs/scan`.
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102
 
103
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103
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105
105
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106
106
  DEVELOPER_DIR="/Applications/Xcode6.2.app" scan
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130
130
 
131
131
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133
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134
 
135
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+ If you're running a pipeline on Azure DevOps and using git storage in a another repository on the same project, you might want to use `bearer` token authentication.
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136
 
137
137
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138
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533
 
534
534
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535
535
 
536
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536
+ All your keys and provisioning profiles are encrypted using Google managed keys.
537
537
 
538
538
  ### What could happen if someone stole a private key?
539
539
 
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49
 
50
50
  ## Quick Start
51
51
 
52
- > Before using _supply_ to connect to Google Play Store, you'll need to set up your app manually first by uploading at least one build to Google Play Store. See [fastane/fastlane#14686](https://github.com/fastlane/fastlane/issues/14686) for more info.
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+ > Before using _supply_ to connect to Google Play Store, you'll need to set up your app manually first by uploading at least one build to Google Play Store. See [fastlane/fastlane#14686](https://github.com/fastlane/fastlane/issues/14686) for more info.
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53
 
54
54
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55
55
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198
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199
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200
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201
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201
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202
202
 
203
203
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@@ -244,7 +244,7 @@ If you are on multiple App Store Connect teams, iTunes Transporter may need a pr
244
244
 
245
245
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246
246
 
247
- _pilot_/`upload_to_testflight` can use an [Application Specific Password via the `FASTLANE_APPLE_APPLICATION_SPECIFIC_PASSWORD` envirionment variable](https://docs.fastlane.tools/best-practices/continuous-integration/#application-specific-passwords) to upload a binary if both the `skip_waiting_for_build_processing` and `apple_id` options are set. (If any of those are not set, it will use the normal Apple login process that might require 2FA authentication.)
247
+ _pilot_/`upload_to_testflight` can use an [Application Specific Password via the `FASTLANE_APPLE_APPLICATION_SPECIFIC_PASSWORD` environment variable](https://docs.fastlane.tools/best-practices/continuous-integration/#application-specific-passwords) to upload a binary if both the `skip_waiting_for_build_processing` and `apple_id` options are set. (If any of those are not set, it will use the normal Apple login process that might require 2FA authentication.)
248
248
 
249
249
  ## Role for App Store Connect User
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250
  _pilot_/`upload_to_testflight` updates build information and testers after the build has finished processing. App Store Connect requires the "App Manager" or "Admin" role for your Apple account to update this information. The "Developer" role will allow builds to be uploaded but _will not_ allow updating of build information and testers.
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209
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210
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211
+ http.read_timeout = 300
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212
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7
7
  # Raises an exception and stop the lane execution if the repo is not in a clean state
8
8
  class EnsureGitStatusCleanAction < Action
9
9
  def self.run(params)
10
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10
+ if params[:ignored]
11
+ ignored_file = params[:ignored]
12
+ repo_status = Actions.sh("git status --porcelain --ignored #{ignored_file}")
13
+ else
14
+ repo_status = Actions.sh("git status --porcelain")
15
+ end
16
+
11
17
  repo_clean = repo_status.empty?
12
18
 
13
19
  if repo_clean
@@ -65,7 +71,12 @@ module Fastlane
65
71
  description: "The flag whether to show the git diff if the repo is dirty",
66
72
  optional: true,
67
73
  default_value: false,
68
- is_string: false)
74
+ is_string: false),
75
+ FastlaneCore::ConfigItem.new(key: :ignored,
76
+ env_name: "FL_ENSURE_GIT_STATUS_CLEAN_IGNORED_FILE",
77
+ description: "The flag whether to ignore file the git status if the repo is dirty",
78
+ optional: true,
79
+ is_string: true)
69
80
  ]
70
81
  end
71
82
 
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
1
1
  module Fastlane
2
- VERSION = '2.160.0'.freeze
2
+ VERSION = '2.161.0'.freeze
3
3
  DESCRIPTION = "The easiest way to automate beta deployments and releases for your iOS and Android apps".freeze
4
4
  MINIMUM_XCODE_RELEASE = "7.0".freeze
5
5
  RUBOCOP_REQUIREMENT = '0.49.1'.freeze
@@ -17,4 +17,4 @@ public class Deliverfile: DeliverfileProtocol {
17
17
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18
18
  }
19
19
 
20
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20
+ // Generated with fastlane 2.161.0
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256
256
 
257
257
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258
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259
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259
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@@ -3006,16 +3006,19 @@ public func ensureGitBranch(branch: String = "master") {
3006
3006
  - parameters:
3007
3007
  - showUncommittedChanges: The flag whether to show uncommitted changes if the repo is dirty
3008
3008
  - showDiff: The flag whether to show the git diff if the repo is dirty
3009
+ - ignored: The flag whether to ignore file the git status if the repo is dirty
3009
3010
 
3010
3011
  A sanity check to make sure you are working in a repo that is clean.
3011
3012
  Especially useful to put at the beginning of your Fastfile in the `before_all` block, if some of your other actions will touch your filesystem, do things to your git repo, or just as a general reminder to save your work.
3012
3013
  Also needed as a prerequisite for some other actions like `reset_git_repo`.
3013
3014
  */
3014
3015
  public func ensureGitStatusClean(showUncommittedChanges: Bool = false,
3015
- showDiff: Bool = false)
3016
+ showDiff: Bool = false,
3017
+ ignored: String? = nil)
3016
3018
  {
3017
3019
  let command = RubyCommand(commandID: "", methodName: "ensure_git_status_clean", className: nil, args: [RubyCommand.Argument(name: "show_uncommitted_changes", value: showUncommittedChanges),
3018
- RubyCommand.Argument(name: "show_diff", value: showDiff)])
3020
+ RubyCommand.Argument(name: "show_diff", value: showDiff),
3021
+ RubyCommand.Argument(name: "ignored", value: ignored)])
3019
3022
  _ = runner.executeCommand(command)
3020
3023
  }
3021
3024
 
@@ -4718,7 +4721,7 @@ public func makeChangelogFromJenkins(fallbackChangelog: String = "",
4718
4721
  - shallowClone: Make a shallow clone of the repository (truncate the history to 1 revision)
4719
4722
  - cloneBranchDirectly: Clone just the branch specified, instead of the whole repo. This requires that the branch already exists. Otherwise the command will fail
4720
4723
  - gitBasicAuthorization: Use a basic authorization header to access the git repo (e.g.: access via HTTPS, GitHub Actions, etc), usually a string in Base64
4721
- - gitBearerAuthorization: Use a bearer authorization header to access the git repo (e.g.: access to an Azure Devops repository), usually a string in Base64
4724
+ - gitBearerAuthorization: Use a bearer authorization header to access the git repo (e.g.: access to an Azure DevOps repository), usually a string in Base64
4722
4725
  - gitPrivateKey: Use a private key to access the git repo (e.g.: access to GitHub repository via Deploy keys), usually a id_rsa named file or the contents hereof
4723
4726
  - googleCloudBucketName: Name of the Google Cloud Storage bucket to use
4724
4727
  - googleCloudKeysFile: Path to the gc_keys.json file
@@ -7609,7 +7612,7 @@ public func swiftlint(mode: Any = "lint",
7609
7612
  - shallowClone: Make a shallow clone of the repository (truncate the history to 1 revision)
7610
7613
  - cloneBranchDirectly: Clone just the branch specified, instead of the whole repo. This requires that the branch already exists. Otherwise the command will fail
7611
7614
  - gitBasicAuthorization: Use a basic authorization header to access the git repo (e.g.: access via HTTPS, GitHub Actions, etc), usually a string in Base64
7612
- - gitBearerAuthorization: Use a bearer authorization header to access the git repo (e.g.: access to an Azure Devops repository), usually a string in Base64
7615
+ - gitBearerAuthorization: Use a bearer authorization header to access the git repo (e.g.: access to an Azure DevOps repository), usually a string in Base64
7613
7616
  - gitPrivateKey: Use a private key to access the git repo (e.g.: access to GitHub repository via Deploy keys), usually a id_rsa named file or the contents hereof
7614
7617
  - googleCloudBucketName: Name of the Google Cloud Storage bucket to use
7615
7618
  - googleCloudKeysFile: Path to the gc_keys.json file
@@ -9306,4 +9309,4 @@ public let snapshotfile = Snapshotfile()
9306
9309
 
9307
9310
  // Please don't remove the lines below
9308
9311
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9309
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9312
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17
17
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18
18
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19
19
 
20
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20
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184
184
 
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185
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186
186
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187
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187
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@@ -21,11 +21,11 @@ public protocol LaneFileProtocol: class {
21
21
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22
22
 
23
23
  public extension LaneFileProtocol {
24
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25
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26
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27
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28
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24
+ var fastlaneVersion: String { return "" } // Defaults to "" because that means any is fine
25
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26
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27
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28
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29
29
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30
30
 
31
31
  @objcMembers
@@ -33,7 +33,7 @@ open class LaneFile: NSObject, LaneFileProtocol {
33
33
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34
34
 
35
35
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36
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36
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37
37
  LaneFile.fastfileInstance!.beforeAll()
38
38
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39
39
 
@@ -51,8 +51,8 @@ open class LaneFile: NSObject, LaneFileProtocol {
51
51
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52
52
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53
53
  #else
54
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55
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54
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55
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56
56
  // that we'd normally expect.
57
57
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58
58
  #endif
@@ -98,27 +98,23 @@ open class LaneFile: NSObject, LaneFileProtocol {
98
98
  public static func runLane(from fastfile: LaneFile?, named: String, parameters: [String: String]) -> Bool {
99
99
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100
100
  #if !SWIFT_PACKAGE
101
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102
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103
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101
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104
102
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105
- #endif
106
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107
- #if !SWIFT_PACKAGE
108
103
  guard let fastfileInstance: LaneFile = self.fastfileInstance else {
109
104
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110
105
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111
106
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112
107
  }
113
108
  #else
114
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115
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109
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110
+ // another scope, so `className()` won't be the expected Fastfile. Instead, we load the Fastfile as a Lanefile
111
+ // in a static way, by parameter.
116
112
  guard let fastfileInstance: LaneFile = fastfile else {
117
113
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118
114
  preconditionFailure()
119
115
  }
116
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120
117
  #endif
121
- self.fastfileInstance = fastfile!
122
118
  let currentLanes = lanes
123
119
  let lowerCasedLaneRequested = named.lowercased()
124
120
 
@@ -139,13 +135,13 @@ open class LaneFile: NSObject, LaneFileProtocol {
139
135
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140
136
  }
141
137
 
142
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143
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138
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139
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144
140
 
145
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141
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146
142
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147
143
 
148
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144
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149
145
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150
146
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151
147
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17
17
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18
18
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19
19
 
20
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20
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53
53
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54
54
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55
55
 
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56
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57
57
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58
58
 
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59
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17
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18
18
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20
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49
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17
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18
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19
 
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20
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18
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20
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17
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18
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20
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@@ -147,7 +147,7 @@ module Match
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  FastlaneCore::ConfigItem.new(key: :git_bearer_authorization,
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  env_name: "MATCH_GIT_BEARER_AUTHORIZATION",
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  sensitive: true,
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- description: "Use a bearer authorization header to access the git repo (e.g.: access to an Azure Devops repository), usually a string in Base64",
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+ description: "Use a bearer authorization header to access the git repo (e.g.: access to an Azure DevOps repository), usually a string in Base64",
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  conflicting_options: [:git_basic_authorization, :git_private_key],
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  optional: true,
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  default_value: nil),
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  _spaceship_ does a lot of magic to get everything working so neatly:
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  - **Sensible Defaults**: You only have to provide the mandatory information (e.g. new provisioning profiles contain all devices by default)
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- - **Local Validation**: When pushing changes back to the Apple Dev Portal _spaceship_ will make sure only valid data is sent to Apple (e.g. automatic repairing of provisioning profiles)
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+ - **Local Validation**: When pushing changes back to the Apple Developer Portal _spaceship_ will make sure only valid data is sent to Apple (e.g. automatic repairing of provisioning profiles)
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  - **Various request/response types**: When working with the different API endpoints, _spaceship_ has to deal with `JSON`, `XML`, `txt`, `plist` and sometimes even `HTML` responses and requests.
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  - **Automatic Pagination**: Even if you have thousands of apps, profiles or certificates, _spaceship_ **can** handle your scale. It was heavily tested by first using _spaceship_ to create hundreds of profiles and then accessing them using _spaceship_.
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  - **Session, Cookie and CSRF token**: All the security aspects are handled by _spaceship_.
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  type: "apps",
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  id: app_id
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  }
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- data[:attributes] = attributes unless attributes.empty?
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  data[:relationships] = relationships unless relationships.empty?
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+ if !attributes.nil? && !attributes.empty?
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+ data[:attributes] = attributes
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+ end
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  # Certain apple endpoints return 415 responses if a Content-Type is supplied.
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  # Net::HTTP will default a content-type if none is provided by faraday
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  # This monkey-patch allows us to leave out the content-type if we do not specify one.
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- module Net
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- class HTTPGenericRequest
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- def supply_default_content_type
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12
- end
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+ module NetHTTPGenericRequestMonkeypatch
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+ def supply_default_content_type
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+ # Return no content type if we communicating with an apple.com domain
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+ return if !self['host'].nil? && self['host'].end_with?('.apple.com')
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+
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+ # Otherwise use the default implementation
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+ super
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  end
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  end
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+ # We prepend the monkeypatch so the patch has access to the original implementation
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+ # using `super`.
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metadata CHANGED
@@ -1,35 +1,35 @@
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1
  --- !ruby/object:Gem::Specification
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  name: fastlane
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- version: 2.160.0
4
+ version: 2.161.0
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  platform: ruby
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  authors:
7
- - Jorge Revuelta H
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- - Helmut Januschka
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- - Felix Krause
7
+ - Jan Piotrowski
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8
  - Kohki Miki
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- - Joshua Liebowitz
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9
  - Manu Wallner
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- - Max Ott
10
+ - Josh Holtz
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  - Jérôme Lacoste
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  - Jimmy Dee
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- - Luka Mirosevic
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- - Matthew Ellis
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  - Maksym Grebenets
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- - Josh Holtz
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- - Jan Piotrowski
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- - Stefan Natchev
22
- - Daniel Jankowski
14
+ - Iulian Onofrei
15
+ - Helmut Januschka
16
+ - Luka Mirosevic
23
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  - Olivier Halligon
18
+ - Jorge Revuelta H
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+ - Max Ott
20
+ - Felix Krause
24
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  - Danielle Tomlinson
22
+ - Daniel Jankowski
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  - Fumiya Nakamura
24
+ - Joshua Liebowitz
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  - Aaron Brager
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+ - Matthew Ellis
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  - Andrew McBurney
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- - Iulian Onofrei
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+ - Stefan Natchev
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  autorequire:
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  bindir: bin
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  cert_chain: []
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- date: 2020-09-16 00:00:00.000000000 Z
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+ date: 2020-09-28 00:00:00.000000000 Z
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  - !ruby/object:Gem::Dependency
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  name: slack-notifier