The instructions below require fastlane 1.93.0 or higher
fastlane is an open platform and we enable every developer to extend it to fit their needs. That's why we built a plugin system that allows you and your company to provide fastlane plugins to other fastlane users. You have the full power and responsibility of maintaining your plugin and keeping it up to date. This is useful if you maintain your own library or web service, and want to make sure the fastlane plugin is always up to date.
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Find a plugin
Head over to Available Plugins for a list of plugins you can use.
List all available plugins using
To search for something specific
fastlane search_plugins [query]
Add a plugin to your project
fastlane add_plugin [name]
fastlane will assist you on setting up your project to start using plugins.
- Add the plugin to
- Make sure your
fastlane/Pluginfileis properly referenced from your
fastlane install_pluginsto make sure all required dependencies are installed on your local machine (this step might ask for your admin password to install Ruby gems)
- You'll have 3 new files, that should all be checked into version control:
fastlane/Pluginfile contains the list of all fastlane plugins your project uses. The
Pluginfile is a Gemfile that gets imported from your main
You specify all dependencies, including the required version numbers:
# Fetched from RubyGems.org gem "fastlane-plugin-xcversion" # Fetched from GitHub gem "fastlane-plugin-xcversion", git: "https://github.com/fastlane/fastlane-plugin-xcversion" # Fetched from a local directory gem "fastlane-plugin-xcversion", path: "../fastlane-plugin-xcversion" # Specify a version requirements gem "fastlane-plugin-xcversion", "1.1.0" gem "fastlane-plugin-xcversion", ">= 1.0"
Install plugins on another machine
To make sure all plugins are installed on the local machine, run
Remove a plugin
fastlane/Pluginfile and remove the line that looks like this