import_from_git

Import another Fastfile from a remote git repository to use its lanes

This is useful if you have shared lanes across multiple apps and you want to store the Fastfile in a remote git repository.

import_from_git
Supported platforms ios, android, mac
Author @fabiomassimo, @KrauseFx, @Liquidsoul

2 Examples

import_from_git(
  url: "git@github.com:fastlane/fastlane.git", # The URL of the repository to import the Fastfile from.
  branch: "HEAD", # The branch to checkout on the repository
  path: "fastlane/Fastfile", # The path of the Fastfile in the repository
  version: "~> 1.0.0" # The version to checkout on the repository. Optimistic match operator can be used to select the latest version within constraints.
)
import_from_git(
  url: "git@github.com:fastlane/fastlane.git", # The URL of the repository to import the Fastfile from.
  branch: "HEAD", # The branch to checkout on the repository
  path: "fastlane/Fastfile", # The path of the Fastfile in the repository
  version: [">= 1.1.0", "< 2.0.0"] # The version to checkout on the repository. Multiple conditions can be used to select the latest version within constraints.
)

Parameters

Key Description Default
url The URL of the repository to import the Fastfile from
branch The branch or tag to check-out on the repository HEAD
path The path of the Fastfile in the repository fastlane/Fastfile
version The version to checkout on the respository. Optimistic match operator or multiple conditions can be used to select the latest version within constraints

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


To show the documentation in your terminal, run

fastlane action import_from_git

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