Class: Fastlane::LaneManager

Inherits:
LaneManagerBase show all
Defined in:
fastlane/lib/fastlane/lane_manager.rb

Class Method Summary collapse

Methods inherited from LaneManagerBase

finish_fastlane, print_error_line, print_lane_context, print_table

Class Method Details

.choose_lane(ff, platform) ⇒ Object

Lane chooser if user didn't provide a lane

Parameters:

  • platform:

    is probably nil, but user might have called `fastlane android`, and only wants to list those actions


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# File 'fastlane/lib/fastlane/lane_manager.rb', line 78

def self.choose_lane(ff, platform)
  available = []

  # nil is the key for lanes that are not under a specific platform
  lane_platforms = [nil] + Fastlane::SupportedPlatforms.all
  lane_platforms.each do |p|
    available += ff.runner.lanes[p].to_a.reject { |lane| lane.last.is_private }
  end

  if available.empty?
    UI.user_error!("It looks like you don't have any lanes to run just yet. Check out how to get started here: https://github.com/fastlane/fastlane 🚀")
  end

  rows = []
  available.each_with_index do |lane, index|
    rows << [index + 1, lane.last.pretty_name, lane.last.description.join("\n")]
  end

  rows << [0, "cancel", "No selection, exit fastlane!"]

  require 'terminal-table'

  table = Terminal::Table.new(
    title: "Available lanes to run",
    headings: ['Number', 'Lane Name', 'Description'],
    rows: FastlaneCore::PrintTable.transform_output(rows)
  )

  UI.message("Welcome to fastlane! Here's what your app is set up to do:")

  puts(table)

  i = UI.input("Which number would you like run?")

  i = i.to_i - 1
  if i >= 0 && available[i]
    selection = available[i].last.pretty_name
    UI.important("Running lane `#{selection}`. Next time you can do this by directly typing `fastlane #{selection}` 🚀.")
    platform = selection.split(' ')[0]
    lane_name = selection.split(' ')[1]

    unless lane_name # no specific platform, just a root lane
      lane_name = platform
      platform = nil
    end

    return platform, lane_name # yeah
  else
    UI.user_error!("Run `fastlane` the next time you need to build, test or release your app 🚀")
  end
end

.cruise_lane(platform, lane, parameters = nil, env = nil, fastfile_path = nil) ⇒ Object

Parameters:

  • platform

    The name of the platform to execute

  • lane_name

    The name of the lane to execute

  • parameters (Hash) (defaults to: nil)

    The parameters passed from the command line to the lane

  • env (defaults to: nil)

    Dot Env Information

  • A

    custom Fastfile path, this is used by fastlane.ci


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# File 'fastlane/lib/fastlane/lane_manager.rb', line 10

def self.cruise_lane(platform, lane, parameters = nil, env = nil, fastfile_path = nil)
  UI.user_error!("lane must be a string") unless lane.kind_of?(String) || lane.nil?
  UI.user_error!("platform must be a string") unless platform.kind_of?(String) || platform.nil?
  UI.user_error!("parameters must be a hash") unless parameters.kind_of?(Hash) || parameters.nil?

  ff = Fastlane::FastFile.new(fastfile_path || FastlaneCore::FastlaneFolder.fastfile_path)

  is_platform = false
  begin
    is_platform = ff.is_platform_block?(lane)
  rescue # rescue, because this raises an exception if it can't be found at all
  end

  unless is_platform
    # maybe the user specified a default platform
    # We'll only do this, if the lane specified isn't a platform, as we want to list all platforms then

    # Make sure that's not a lane without a platform
    unless ff.runner.available_lanes.include?(lane)
      platform ||= Actions.lane_context[Actions::SharedValues::DEFAULT_PLATFORM]
    end
  end

  if !platform && lane
    # Either, the user runs a specific lane in root or want to auto complete the available lanes for a platform
    # e.g. `fastlane ios` should list all available iOS actions
    if ff.is_platform_block?(lane)
      platform = lane
      lane = nil
    end
  end

  platform, lane = choose_lane(ff, platform) unless lane

  started = Time.now
  e = nil
  begin
    ff.runner.execute(lane, platform, parameters)
  rescue NameError => ex
    print_lane_context
    print_error_line(ex)
    e = ex
  rescue Exception => ex # rubocop:disable Lint/RescueException
    # We also catch Exception, since the implemented action might send a SystemExit signal
    # (or similar). We still want to catch that, since we want properly finish running fastlane
    # Tested with `xcake`, which throws a `Xcake::Informative` object

    print_lane_context
    print_error_line(ex)
    UI.error(ex.to_s) if ex.kind_of?(StandardError) # we don't want to print things like 'system exit'
    e = ex
  end

  # After running the lanes, since skip_docs might be somewhere in-between
  Fastlane::DocsGenerator.run(ff) unless skip_docs?

  duration = ((Time.now - started) / 60.0).round
  finish_fastlane(ff, duration, e)

  return ff
end

.skip_docs?Boolean

Returns:


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# File 'fastlane/lib/fastlane/lane_manager.rb', line 72

def self.skip_docs?
  Helper.test? || FastlaneCore::Env.truthy?("FASTLANE_SKIP_DOCS")
end