git_commit

Directly commit the given file with the given message

git_commit
Supported platforms ios, android, mac
Author @KrauseFx

4 Examples

git_commit(path: "./version.txt", message: "Version Bump")
git_commit(path: ["./version.txt", "./changelog.txt"], message: "Version Bump")
git_commit(path: ["./*.txt", "./*.md"], message: "Update documentation")
git_commit(path: ["./*.txt", "./*.md"], message: "Update documentation", skip_git_hooks: true)

Parameters

Key Description Default
path The file you want to commit
message The commit message that should be used
skip_git_hooks Set to true to pass --no-verify to git
allow_nothing_to_commit Set to true to allow commit without any git changes

* = default value is dependent on the user's system


Documentation

To show the documentation in your terminal, run

fastlane action git_commit

CLI

It is recommended to add the above action into your Fastfile, however sometimes you might want to run one-offs. To do so, you can run the following command from your terminal

fastlane run git_commit

To pass parameters, make use of the : symbol, for example

fastlane run git_commit parameter1:"value1" parameter2:"value2"

It's important to note that the CLI supports primitive types like integers, floats, booleans, and strings. Arrays can be passed as a comma delimited string (e.g. param:"1,2,3"). Hashes are not currently supported.

It is recommended to add all fastlane actions you use to your Fastfile.


Source code

This action, just like the rest of fastlane, is fully open source, view the source code on GitHub


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