Xcode 8.3 (final) is now available!
Notes: one minor change since beta 5 (other than Xcode 8.3 final of course) is that this is the first
stack on macOS 10.12.4 (was upgraded from 10.12.3). No other significant change, except that
xcrun simctl list command we use for listing the available Simulators now returns new
simulator IDs for every build (every boot it seems), so the UUIDs you can see in the system report
can’t be used directly (but you shouldn’t do that anyway, and our steps can handle these
dynamically of course ;)).
To select this Stack you just have to open your app on bitrise.io,
go to the
Settings tab, and at the bottom of the Settings tab select the
stack option, and your next build will start on the Xcode 8.3 stack.
This new Virtual Machine replaced the previous Xcode 8.3 configuration,
so if you’ve already selected the Xcode 8.3.x stack for your app, you’re automatically using Xcode 8.3 (final) now.
You can find the Stack’s full system report at:
and the changes/updates compared to the Xcode 8.3 beta 5 stack at:
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: discuss.bitrise.io/t/281.