A build runner is a physical or virtual machine that has the necessary tools to run your builds. As an iOS Dev, you probably know you need a macOS Machine with Xcode Tools to build your iOS apps. In our Office, we use Mac Minis for this.
Once you have a machine that can handle iOS Builds, you can follow the steps in the GitLab Documentation to set up your own runner. Make sure to specify the same
tag as you used in your
.gitlab-ci.yml file to restrict the runner to accept only iOS Builds.
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Login into Updraft Toolpage getupdraft.com/login
Go to your Profile within the Sidebar
Copy your API Key as well as the App Key of your App
Your API Key you find in your Profile. The App Key you will find on the application overview. The App key differs for each environment.
Go to your Project Settings in Gitlab and select CI/CD
Expand your Variables
Give a name for your API Key: UPDRAFT_API_KEY
Paste your Updraft API Key in the Input Value field and click on Save Variable
Give a name for your App Key: UPDRAFT_APP_KEY
Paste your Updraft App Key in the Input Value field and click on Save Variable
To deploy to Updraft, add a job to your
stages:- build_updraftdeploy:stage: build_updraftonly:- releasescript:- |curl \-F whats_new="Gitlab build" \-F "[email protected]" \-X PUT https://getupdraft.com/api/app_upload/$UPDRAFT_APP_KEY/$UPDRAFT_API_KEY/
Example how the root file repository should look like.