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The commands in this section have been updatedRead "Freeing up disk space" in full >>
The Initializing status has been added to Build statuses: this status means a worker is processing a triggered build.Read "Builds" in full >>
Updated with clarification regarding the use of the iOS code signing Steps and manual vs automatic code signing.Read "iOS code signing" in full >>
Set the global Java version on the virtual machine running your build with the Set Java version Step, or by using your own Script Step.Read "Managing Java versions" in full >>
From September 11/12, Java 11 will be the default Java version on all our virtual machines. You can keep using Java 8 if your builds rely on legacy features.Read "Virtual machines" in full >>
Email addresses with the + character cannot be used to sign up for Bitrise. Existing accounts with such email addresses need to be located by username when inviting them to...Read "Signing up for Bitrise" in full >>
All new Bitrise accounts are now credit-based and can't sign up for the Org Standard and Org Elite subscription plans any more.Read "Accounts and team management" in full >>
How to use test repetitions with the Xcode Test for iOS Step has been added to the doc.Read "Running Xcode Tests" in full >>
Added a warning about the IP addressing requirements for self-hosted GitLab instances.Read "Connecting self-hosted GitLab instances" in full >>
How to set up a mapping rule for your Bitrise app on Auth0 has been added to the doc.Read "Setting up Auth0 SSO for Bitrise" in full >>
Clarified our policy regarding the maintenance, deprecation, and removal of Xcode stacks.Read "Stack update and removal policy" in full >>
You can now automatically rerun your failed tests with the Xcode Test for iOS Step. If you use Xcode 13 and above, only your failed test cases will be rerun;...Read "Running Xcode tests" in full >>