Xcode 14.1 changelog

Xcode 14.1 changelog

May 27, 2024

Bitrise stacks are updated continuously according to the stack update policy.

Check out the stack report page for a snapshot of what is currently installed.

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Updates #

Stack update v2024-05-24 (released on 2024-05-27) #

  • Tool upgrades
    • Ruby 3.0.63.0.7
    • Ruby 3.1.43.1.5
    • Ruby 3.2.33.2.4
    • Ruby 3.3.03.3.1
    • Go 1.20.81.20.14
    • Go 1.21.81.21.10
    • Node.js 18.19.118.20.2
    • Node.js 20.11.120.13.1
    • Node.js 21.6.221.7.3

Stack update v2024-05-07 (released on 2024-05-08) #

  • Homebrew package installs now use the new JSON API introduced in Homebrew 4.0. This should not make any difference in practice, but you can still revert to the old behavior by setting the HOMEBREW_NO_INSTALL_FROM_API=1 env var.
  • Related: the brew-install step has a new major version that speeds up installs and make them more reproducible.

Stack update v2024-04-29 (released on 2024-05-01) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2024-04-23 (released on 2024-04-26) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update
  • google-cloud-sdk pre-installed

Stack update v2024-04-15 (released on 2024-04-18) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2024-04-03 (released on 2024-04-04) #

Stack update v2024-03-18 (released on 2024-03-21) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2024-03-12 (released on 2024-03-14) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update
  • Ruby 3.3.0 added
  • Ruby 3.2.2 is replaced by 3.2.3
  • Go 1.21.1 is replaced by 1.21.8
  • NodeJS 21.2.0 is replaced by 21.6.2
  • NodeJS 20.9.0 is replaced by 20.11.1
  • NodeJS 18.18.2 is replaced by 18.19.1

To ensure your workflows remain efficient and utilize the most recent tool updates, we recommend using version aliases in your configurations. Version aliases help you automatically adopt new patch versions without the need for manual updates. For detailed information on how to use version aliases with your Bitrise stacks, please refer to our Version Aliases Documentation

Stack update v2024-03-04 (released on 2024-03-08) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2024-02-21 (released on 2024-02-23) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2024-02-13 (released on 2024-02-16) #

  • JDK 21 is now preinstalled
  • Ruby 3.2 upgrade to 3.2.3 (it fixes some segmentation fault crashes)
  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2024-02-05 (released on 2024-02-09) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2024-01-23 (released on 2024-01-26) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2024-01-15 (released on 2024-01-16) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2024-01-03 (released on 2024-01-10) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2023-11-24 (released on 2023-11-27) #

  • Node 18 and 20 have been upgraded to the latest minor.patch versions
  • Node 21 is now preinstalled
  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2023-11-06 (released on 2023-11-09) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2023-10-26 (released on 2023-10-31) #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2023-10-11 (released 2023-10-17) #

As previously announced, this update removes some end-of-life and unsupported tool version:

  • Node 12 is no longer installed (end of life)
  • Node 16 is no longer installed (end of life)
  • Node 19 is no longer installed (end of life)
  • Node 20 is now installed (20.6.1)
  • Ruby 3.1.0 and 3.1.3 are replaced by 3.1.4, 3.2.1 is replaced by 3.2.2
  • Default Ruby version is now 3.2 (instead of 3.2.2), which is an alias pointing to the latest installed patch release (3.2.2)
  • Go 1.18 is no longer installed (end of life)
  • Go 1.20.2 upgraded to 1.20.8
  • Go 1.21.1 is now preinstalled
  • Brew package upgrades, including cURL version 8.4.0 ( more info)

For more information about tool versions, take a look at the comparison tables and best practices declaring tool versions.

Stack update v2023-09-08 #

  • Brew dependency mirror update

Stack update v2023-08-28 #

  • Fix corrupted or missing files from simulator runtimes
  • Fix brew cask related issues.

Stack update v2023-08-16 #

Stack update v2023-07-31 #

  • Brew cache update & security fixes.

Stack update v2023-07-18 #

  • Tool version aliases: tools managed via ASDF got special alias versions for every major and major.minor version. These aliases always point to the latest installed patch version and can be selected like the regular versions. Examples:
    • asdf global ruby 3.2
    • asdf global nodejs 19
    • asdf global golang 1.20

Stack update v2023-07-12 #

  • Tuist has been updated to version 3.19.

Stack update v2023-07-03 #

  • Default Ruby version has changed from 2.7.6 to 3.2.2 according to the deprecation plan.

Stack update v2023-06-22 #

  • Ruby versions are now managed via asdf. During the transition period, both rbenv and asdf are installed and can be used, but we recommend migrating to asdf, which also manages Node.js and Go versions on the stacks.
  • Default Ruby version has changed from 2.7.6 to 3.2.2 according to the deprecation plan.
  • Each installed iOS simulator runtime now has a device named Bitrise iOS default. This name is constant across all runtime versions, but the real device type changes based on the iOS version. You can use this device name in test steps and destination specifiers and be sure that it’s going to be available across all Xcode and runtime versions.
  • The cmake;3.10.2.4988404 Android SDK package is now preinstalled
  • OpenUPM CLI is now preinstalled