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What's New

2.205.2 Improvements

  • [action][update_project_provisioning] fail when profile cannot be verified (#20169) via Lukasz Grabowski (@lucgrabowski)
  • [match] check validity of provisioning profile certificates when force_for_new_certificates option is provided (#20194) via Vitalii Budnik (@nekrich)
  • [spaceship] refresh token and retry on authorization errors (#19502) via Anderson Mesquita (@andersonvom)
  • [frameit] add support for iPhone 13 device family with updated colors (#20148) via Braden Casperson (@casperson)
  • [match] fix crash in match when passing a frozen value as app_identifiers (#20125) via Olivier Halligon (@AliSoftware)

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