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Is there any other viable solution, maybe better than the ones above :) ? For Jenkins probably no, due to the license issues you mentioned (you have to run macOS on Apple branded hardware). If you can work with that then it's definitely a solution. If not, then I'd suggest you to check for a hosted iOS continuous integration system where you don't have to ...


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One could run Jenkins on MacOS. https://medium.com/@dixitakansha15/continuous-integration-in-ios-using-jenkins-8e081753cc72 https://savvyapps.com/blog/continuous-integration-ios-jenkins


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I think you can also look at new lightweight virtualization for macOS called Anka. Anka Build can make it possible for you to setup a virtualized infrastructure on Apple hardware and enable you to provision macOS Vms on-demand from Jenkins.


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The answer will vary depend on the CI/CD tooling you are using. If you are planning on using Atlassian's CI/CD tool Bamboo, you could use the Bamboo variable ${bamboo.buildNumber} which ties the build number of Bamboo to your version number. You can have a task that will adjust the version based on this variable. Bamboo integrates with Jira so that you ...


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Please check in Fastlane docs Launch Arguments under Advanced Snapshot section https://docs.fastlane.tools/getting-started/ios/screenshots/ I think it can help Launch Arguments You can provide additional arguments to your app on launch. These strings will be available in your app (eg. not in the testing target) through NSProcessInfo.processInfo()....


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Have you seen https://buildkite.com/ and especially this post for IOS https://medium.com/@Pinterest_Engineering/continuous-integration-for-ios-with-nix-and-buildkite-ef5b36c5292d? The company is based in Australia I believe. My company uses Buildkite and I actually like it a lot (we don't build anything IOS/Mac); you do need to setup build agent which can ...


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Issue here is that price for bandwidth in APAC 10 times higher than US, so probably you should multiply Buddybuild prices by 10 and ask them enterprise support keeping result numbers in you mind. I just did a calculations intended to provide you service and I got around 8k/month for 10 sim builds. Can pm me if you are interested.


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