Commit 7eff7d85 authored by Gabriel Le Breton's avatar Gabriel Le Breton

Small syntax updates while reviewing.

parent 7a8e08fc
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#### Android app bundle
`BUILD_APP_BUNDLE` en var is defined in gitlab-ci.yml, set to true to build an .aab file.
Note : to build an android app bundle, you need an image with Android NDK. See issue [HERE](https://gitlab.com/gableroux/unity3d/issues/61)
`BUILD_APP_BUNDLE` env var is defined in `gitlab-ci.yml`. Set it to `true` to build an `.aab` file.
Note: to build an android app bundle, you need an image with **Android NDK**. See [related issue gableroux/unity3d#61](https://gitlab.com/gableroux/unity3d/issues/61)
#### Bundle version code
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Follow [setup instructions](https://docs.fastlane.tools/actions/supply/) to get a google play console token, then, add the content to env var `GPC_TOKEN`.
Uncomment the `#deploy-android` job in gitlab-ci.yml and replace `com.youcompany.yourgame` by your package name.
You can change the track `internal` to `alpha`, `beta` or `production`.
That is the simplest way with command line but you can also make Fastfile and Appfile, with `fastlane init` after building a temporary gradle project (export gradle project option in Unity build settings).
Then make a `fastlane supply init`, and update all metadata, images, changelogs, etc... that will be upload to the store.
That is the simplest way with command line but you can also make `fastlane/Fastfile` and `fastlane/Appfile`, with the following command after building a temporary gradle project (export gradle project option in Unity build settings):
```bash
fastlane init
```
Then run the following command:
```bash
fastlane supply init
```
and update all metadata, images, changelogs, etc... These will be uploaded to the store everytime. Refer to [fastlane supply documentation](https://docs.fastlane.tools/actions/supply/) for more details.
## How to run scripts manually
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