Weekly Virtual Machine / stack updates - 2019.02.16

Highlights

Bitrise CLI Update

Default Git User

We have changed the default Git username and email address on our stacks.

Username: J. Doe (How can I change the author (name / email) of a commit? | Learn Version Control with Git)
Email: please-set-your-email@bitrise.io

Android/Linux stacks

  • No significant change

Xcode stacks

  • No significant change

Visual Studio for Mac stacks

Hybrid stacks

  • No significant change

This week’s changes (diffs)

https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise.io/pull/262

Stack System Reports

You can find the full system report of all of the available Stacks on GitHub: https://github.com/bitrise-io/bitrise.io/tree/master/system_reports.

If you’d like to add additional tools to be pre-installed you can find the instructions on GitHub, for both the Linux and for the macOS stacks.

Information about Stack types & update schedules can be found here: Stack update and removal policy | Bitrise DevCenter

All stacks passed our tests and scheduled to be deployed on Saturday.

Happy Building!

New stacks deployed and are available in production :tada:

I have already changed my username and email on Git.
Anyway I am still seeing the J. Doe commits when I update the version of the build via the workflow and commit it to the repository. There is anyway I can change the J. Doe to something custom?

Sure @matiasj, just add a Script step as the first step in the workflow and follow this guide: https://devcenter.bitrise.io/builds/setting-your-git-credentials-on-build-machines/

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