Building your app has never been easier
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gym is part of fastlane: connect all deployment tools into one streamlined workflow.
gym builds and packages iOS apps for you. It takes care of all the heavy lifting and makes it super easy to generate a signed
ipa file :muscle:
gym is a replacement for shenzhen.
xcodebuild clean archive -archivePath build/MyApp \ -scheme MyApp xcodebuild -exportArchive \ -exportFormat ipa \ -archivePath "build/MyApp.xcarchive" \ -exportPath "build/MyApp.ipa" \ -exportProvisioningProfile "ProvisioningProfileName"
gym uses the latest APIs to build and sign your application which results in much faster build times.
|:checkered_flag:||Beautiful inline build output|
|:book:||Helps you resolve common build errors like code signing issues|
|:mountain_cableway:||Sensible defaults: Automatically detect the project, its schemes and more|
|:link:||Works perfectly with fastlane and other tools|
|:package:||Automatically generates an
|:bullettrain_side:||Don't remember any complicated build commands, just
|:wrench:||Easy and dynamic configuration using parameters and environment variables|
|:floppy_disk:||Store common build settings in a
|:outbox_tray:||All archives are stored and accessible in the Xcode Organizer|
|:computer:||Supports both iOS and Mac applications|
This tool is still work in progress. You can already try it by cloning the repo and running
sudo gem install gym
Make sure, you have the latest version of the Xcode command line tools installed:
That's all you need to build your application. If you want more control, here are some available parameters:
gym --workspace "Example.xcworkspace" --scheme "AppName" --clean
For a list of all available parameters use
If you run into any issues, use the
verbose mode to get more information
Since you might want to manually trigger a new build but don't want to specify all the parameters every time, you can store your defaults in a so called
gym init to create a new configuration file. Example:
scheme "Example" sdk "9.0" clean true output_directory "./build" # store the ipa in this folder output_name "MyApp" # the name of the ipa file
How does it work?
gym uses the latest APIs to build and sign your application. The 2 main components are
When you run
gym without the
--silent mode it will print out every command it executes.
To build the archive
gym uses the following command:
set -o pipefail && \ xcodebuild -scheme 'Example' \ -project './Example.xcodeproj' \ -configuration 'Release' \ -destination 'generic/platform=iOS' \ -archivePath '/Users/felixkrause/Library/Developer/Xcode/Archives/2015-08-11/ExampleProductName 2015-08-11 18.15.30.xcarchive' \ archive | xcpretty
After building the archive it is being checked by
gym. If it's valid, it gets packaged up and signed into an
/usr/bin/xcrun /path/to/PackageApplication4Gym -v \ '/Users/felixkrause/Library/Developer/Xcode/Archives/2015-08-11/ExampleProductName 2015-08-11 18.15.30.xcarchive/Products/Applications/name.app' -o \ '/Users/felixkrause/Library/Developer/Xcode/Archives/2015-08-11/ExampleProductName.ipa' \ --sign "identity" --embed "provProfile"
Note: the official PackageApplication script is replaced by a custom PackageApplication4Gym script. This script is obtained by applying a set of patches on the fly to fix some known issues in the official Xcode PackageApplication script.
ipa file is moved to the output folder. The
dSYM file is compressed and moved to the output folder as well.
fastlane: Connect all deployment tools into one streamlined workflow
deliver: Upload screenshots, metadata and your app to the App Store
snapshot: Automate taking localized screenshots of your iOS app on every device
frameit: Quickly put your screenshots into the right device frames
PEM: Automatically generate and renew your push notification profiles
produce: Create new iOS apps on iTunes Connect and Dev Portal using the command line
cert: Automatically create and maintain iOS code signing certificates
codes: Create promo codes for iOS Apps using the command line
spaceship: Ruby library to access the Apple Dev Center and iTunes Connect
pilot: The best way to manage your TestFlight testers and builds from your terminal
boarding: The easiest way to invite your TestFlight beta testers
Use the 'Provisioning Quicklook plugin'
Download and install the Provisioning Plugin.
Please submit an issue on GitHub and provide information about your setup
This project is licensed under the terms of the MIT license. See the LICENSE file.
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