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Lokalise Fastlane Plugin

This project is a port of the lokalise-fastlane-actions project. The goal is for it to be packaged as a Fastlane Plugin that can be imported as a gem.

Note: The commands in version 2.x are not compatible with version 1.x.

Install

This can be added with the following command:

fastlane add_plugin lokalise

Or added to the Pluginfile as:

gem 'fastlane-plugin-lokalise'

Actions

lokalise

This action downloads .strings and .stringsdict files to destination folder.

Parameters:

  • api_token. Your API token. Can be set up using enviromental parameter LOKALISE_API_TOKEN
  • project_identifier. Your Project ID. Can be set up using enviromental parameter LOKALISE_PROJECT_ID
  • destination. Localization files destination.
  • clean_destination. Cleans destination folder if set to true (false by default).
  • languages. Languages to download (must be passed as array of strings, leave empty to download all).
  • include_comments. Include comments in exported files.
  • use_original. Use original filenames/formats.

lokalise_metadata

This action imports metadata from files generated by Deliver action and uploads iTunes Connect metadata using information from Lokalise.

  • platform. The name of the platform you are generating metadata for (android or ios). Can be set up using enviromental parameter FASTLANE_PLATFORM_NAME
  • api_token. Your API token. Can be set up using enviromental parameter LOKALISE_API_TOKEN
  • project_identifier. Your Project ID. Can be set up using enviromental parameter LOKALISE_PROJECT_ID
  • action. Action to perform (can be download_from_lokalise, or upload_to_lokalise).
  • add_languages. Add missing languages to lokalise (false by default).
  • override_translation. Override translations in lokalise.
  • release_number. Application release number. Required for Android actions.

add_keys_to_lokalise

This actions allow you upload keys to Lokalise.

Parameters:

  • api_token. Your API token. Can be set up using enviromental parameter LOKALISE_API_TOKEN
  • project_identifier. Your Project ID. Can be set up using enviromental parameter LOKALISE_PROJECT_ID
  • platform_mask. Platform mask to asign to keys (1 is iOS, 2 is Android, 4 is Web and 16 is Other).
  • keys. Keys to add (must be passed as array of strings).

How To

In this section we assume you know about Fastlane's Fastfile and how to interact with it. If you do not, please look over the Fastlane Documentation. https://docs.fastlane.tools/

Upload metadata to the App Store or Google Play

First you need to download the metadata from Lokalise into the fastlane/metadata directory:

lokalise_metadata(
    action: download_from_lokalise,
    api_token: (string),
    project_identifier: (number.number),
)

Then you can upload what is currently in the fastlane/metadata folder to the App Store using the deliver action: https://docs.fastlane.tools/actions/deliver/

deliver(
    ...
)

Or for Google Play the supply action: https://docs.fastlane.tools/actions/supply/

supply(
    ...
)

Upload metadata to Lokalise

First you need to download the metadata from the App Store: https://docs.fastlane.tools/actions/deliver/

desc "Downloads metadata from App Store Connect"
lane :download_appstore_metadata do
    ENV["DELIVER_FORCE_OVERWRITE"] = "1"
    sh("fastlane deliver download_metadata")
    ENV["DELIVER_FORCE_OVERWRITE"] = "0"
end

Or from Google Play: https://docs.fastlane.tools/actions/supply/

desc "Downloads metadata from Google Play"
lane :download_googleplay_metadata do
    # Replace metadata_path if not in the default location
    metadata_path = "metadata/android"
    sh("rm -rf #{metadata_path}")
    sh("pushd ..; fastlane supply init; popd")
end

Then you can upload what is currently in the fastlane/metdata folder to Lokalise using:

lokalise_metadata(
    action: "update_lokalise_itunes",
    add_languages: true,
    override_translation: true
)

Development

This can be locally built and installed as a gem by doing the following on the repo:

bundle install
rake install

This can be published using:

rake release