Build Pipeline IOS by LuviKunG - 8


This is Unity Plugins that able to fast build iOS with separate folder version by date and modify URL Schemes.

Unity 2019.3.0b8MIT LicenseUpdated 1 year agoCreated on November 14th, 2019
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Build Pipeline for iOS

This is a build tools for Unity Editor able to manage build iOS separate by folder and version control (via naming) and able to modify info.plist via unity internal script include URLSchemes. Created by Thanut Panichyotai (@LuviKunG)

How to use?

New menu will be add to your Unity Editor named ‘Build’. In the menu that will include two elements.

  • iOS will perform a build. If you’re not select the directory before, it will popup the directory selection window and start perform a build.
  • Settings/iOS will open the build pipeline settings.

In the settings, you can set a format name, date format and other options for build folder. (It’s already include descriptions)

How to install?

UPM Install via manifest.json

Locate to your Unity Project. In Packages folder, you will see a file named manifest.json. Open it with your text editor (such as Notepad++ or Visual Studio Code or Legacy Notepad)

Then merge this json format below.

(Do not just copy & paste the whole json! If you are not capable to merge json, please using online JSON merge tools like this)

  "dependencies": {
    "com.luvikung.buildpipelineios": ""

If you want to install the older version, please take a look at release tag in this git, then change the path after # to the version tag that you want.

Unity 2019.3 Git URL

In Unity 2019.3 or greater, Package Manager is include the new feature that able to install the package via Git.

Install with Git URL

Just simply using this git URL and following with version like this example.

Make sure that you’re select the latest version.

Unity UPM Git Extension (For 2019.2 and older version)

If you doesn’t have this package before, please redirect to this git then follow the instruction in to install the UPM Git Extension to your Unity.

If you already installed. Open the Package Manager UI, you will see the git icon around the bottom left connor, Open it then follow the instruction using this git URL to perform package install.

Make sure that you’re select the latest version.

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