This feature enables you to import project environment variables from projects in the same organization to save time and typing. On the Settings screen for your project, click the Import Variable(s) button on the Environment Variables page and select from the list.
This feature enables you to join CircleCI without providing access to your private GitHub repos. To limit access, select Public Repos Only from the Start with Github menu on the signup page.
The logs produced by the Fastlane tools are now being stored as build artifacts so that you can easily access them later.
It is now possible to control whether to run builds for pull requests coming from forks and whether to pass the secrets from the main project to the fork on such builds, via two separate settings. Check out the Advanced Settings tab for your project for more details.
It is now possible to upload provisioning profiles under the ‘Permissions’ section of your OS X project settings. Once uploaded, we will automatically import the profiles during your OS X builds. Profiles are encrypted at rest on the CircleCI side.
This update removes the need to keep the provisioning profiles checked into your repository and simplifies the setup of code signing for new OS X projects.
CircleCI offers the ability to link directly to build output steps. We’ve now extended this feature into build email notifications. You should now see a clickable ‘Failing Command’ on (failed) build notification emails which will open the build page to the failed command in your build output.
We have added a confirmation message to prevent users from accidentally stopping the builds on CircleCI.
We have added functionality to click through the ‘Build Timing’ graph to access different sections of the build.
Users can show share link to a particular step within their build output; Eg. https://circleci.com/gh/spotify/helios/5091#tests/containers/0/actions/4
We have added flash notification when users add or remove Apple Code Signing key, API permissions, SSH key or environment variables.
A few weeks ago we started downloading Cocoapods specs from S3 instead of Git in projects that use our iOS inference. It is now also possible to download the specs from S3 in projects with manual configuration.
Please check out this
for an example of downloading specs from S3 via a
Click here to view further updates, listed on the legacy changelog.