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2.2.1

16 Jan 11:19
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To install this version, run the following command (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/2.2.1/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!

2.2.0

12 Jan 12:11
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Install or upgrade

To install this version, run the following command (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/2.2.0/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!

2.1.0

09 Dec 14:23
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To install this version, run the following command (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/2.1.0/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!

2.0.2

02 Dec 10:48
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Install or upgrade

To install this version, run the following command (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/2.0.2/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!

2.0.1

24 Nov 11:17
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Install or upgrade

To install this version, run the following command (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/2.0.1/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!

2.0.0

21 Nov 15:28
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Changes

Breaking changes

The --loglevel command line parameter has been removed from the cli. Use the --debug flag to enable the debugs logs if necessary.

Structured logging

WARNINIG: This is an experimental feature

The run received a new command line option which can enable the new json logging format. Simply supply the --output-format json parameter to the run command to enable it. The cli still uses the human readable format by default.

Smaller improvements

This is a list of the other small improvements to help debuggability:

  • The cli now logs any error related to step preparation. Previously these did not show up in the build logs.
  • The summary section at the end of a workflow run now has the ID of which workflow it belongs to.
  • The cli was always using master as the default branch value if none was supplied in the git:: special source step definition. This is removed and it uses the value defined in the repository.

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Install or upgrade

To install this version, run the following command (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/2.0.0/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!

1.50.0

11 Aug 14:18
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  • 3483087 Add support for new property (#811)
  • cc3dd8a Added PR Template and stripped down contributing guidelines. (#790)
  • d642b34 First class support to use step written in Kotlin (#807)
  • c903a2e Revert "First class support to use step written in Kotlin (#807)" (#810)
  • ef0d899 Update tools and plugins (#813)
  • 3469eb0 Use golangci-lint (#808)
  • 4c7834f [BE-170] Added step aborted event (#809)
  • ad7f832 [BE-170] Detect if there is no output and abort Step (#801)
  • dc509d2 [BE-198] Forward wrapped bitrise status (#814)
  • 0ce1ba9 [BE-198] Set different exit status for aborted builds (#812)

Install or upgrade

To install this version, run the following command (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/1.50.0/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!

1.49.3

27 Jul 11:45
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  • 16c2bc6 Add option to serialize analytics for debugging (#803)
  • 2b0e360 Feature flag for v2 analytics implementation (#802)
  • 8bbfb4c Set CLI version automatically by the release process (#805)

Install or upgrade

To install this version, run the following command (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/1.49.3/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!

1.49.2

26 Jul 11:49
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Install or upgrade

To install this version, run the following command (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/1.49.2/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!

1.49.1

25 Jul 08:23
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Release Notes

Fixes a compilation issue that can cause hanging builds when running on macOS. This release is built from the same source as the previous version.

Install or upgrade

To install this version, run the following commands (in a bash shell):

curl -fL https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise/releases/download/1.49.1/bitrise-"$(uname -s)"-"$(uname -m)" > /usr/local/bin/bitrise

ℹ️ M1 machine: Please note by default /usr/local/bin does not exist on M1 machines and isn't encouraged by the community over /opt/bin. Use a custom folder path or use your own bin folder path. i.e /opt/bin

Then:

chmod +x /usr/local/bin/bitrise

That's all, you're ready to call bitrise!