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Added an ability to import *.developerprofile into a build #34

merged 7 commits into from Oct 2, 2013


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@kohsuke kohsuke commented Aug 30, 2013

This change allows users to register their *.developerprofile (which contains provisioning profiles and code signing identities) as a credential, and import that into slaves prior to builds.

This way keeping the same set of code signing keys&certs on slaves become a lot easier.

kohsuke added 7 commits Jul 19, 2013
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@buildhive buildhive commented Aug 30, 2013

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Added an ability to import *.developerprofile into a build
@kohsuke kohsuke merged commit a6af3fa into jenkinsci:master Oct 2, 2013
invoke(launcher, listener, args, "Failed to unlock keychain");

final FilePath secret = getSecretDir(build, keychainPass);
secret.unzipFrom(new ByteArrayInputStream(dp.getImage()));
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Second issue I've found. Turns out the format for dev profiles changed between Xcode 4 and 5. If I export a dev profile from 5 I get an exception here, If I export it from 4 it work just fine.

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