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What's New

2.182.0 Improvements

  • [snapshot] enable greater customization of the iOS status bar in snapshot screenshots (#18560) via Dave Wood
  • [Fastlane.Swift] Swift's ConfigItem for conflicting values into Ruby's end. (#18544) via Jorge Revuelta
  • [Fastlane.Swift] sanitize Swift document comments (#18635) via Jorge Revuelta
  • [Ruby 3.0] wwitch back to the original commander gem and update dependencies (#18599) via Satoshi Namai
  • [action] ensure backup_xcarchive preserves symbolic links (#18627) via Matej Bukovinski
  • [action][git_submodule_update] documentation improvements (#18598) via Manish Rathi
  • [Ruby 3.0] replace slack-notifier gem with internal library (#18537) via Satoshi Namai
  • [fastlane_core] xcode_at_least method improvements (#18600) via Manish Rathi
  • [pilot] clean-up - removed empty tester_util file (#18601) via Manish Rathi
  • [action][upload_symbols_to_crashlytics] add check for app_id before searching for gsp and api_token (#18607) via Cristian Lupu
  • [spaceship] add fetch_all_certificates method (#18620) via Damian Rzeszot
  • [Ruby 3.0] bump rubocop version (#18564) via Satoshi Namai
  • [action] import_from_git - Add caching support for branch (#18568) via Hiroki Nagasawa

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