GitLab CI Integration
Use GitLab Runner running on a macOS machine to build using fastlane.
First create a
Gemfile in the root of your project with the following content:
source "https://rubygems.org" gem "fastlane"
.gitlab-ci.yml file to trigger fastlane.
stages: - unit_tests - test_flight variables: LC_ALL: "en_US.UTF-8" LANG: "en_US.UTF-8" before_script: - gem install bundler - bundle install unit_tests: dependencies:  stage: unit_tests artifacts: paths: - fastlane/screenshots - fastlane/logs script: - fastlane tests tags: - ios test_flight_build: dependencies:  stage: test_flight artifacts: paths: - fastlane/screenshots - fastlane/logs script: - fastlane beta tags: - ios only: - /^release-.*$/ - master
for more information on how this file works.
Setting up the lanes
You should have a lane - in this example called
beta - which should do the usual, match, gym, pilot, to distribute an updated Test Flight version, and one lane
tests which calls scan to run UI Tests.
Auto-incremented build number.
To get an auto-incremented build number you can use something like the following lane:
lane :increment_build_number do increment_build_number(build_number: ENV['CI_JOB_ID']) end
Then the GitLab CI job ID (which iterates on each build) will be used.