During a typical development cycle, you test an app using flutter run at the command line, or by using the Run and Debug options in your IDE. By default, Flutter builds a debug version of your app.
When you’re ready to prepare a release version of your app, for example to publish to the Google Play Store, this page can help. Before publishing, you might want to put some finishing touches on your app. This page covers the following topics:
The default version number of the app is 1.0.0. To update it, navigate to the pubspec.yaml file and update the following line:
The version number is three numbers separated by dots, such as 1.0.0 in the example above, followed by an optional build number such as 1 in the example above, separated by a +.
Both the version and the build number may be overridden in Flutter`s build by specifying -build-name and -build-number, respectively.
After updating the version number in the pubspec file, run flutter pub get from the top of the project, or use the Pub get button in your IDE. This updates the versionName and versionCode in the local.properties file, which are later updated in the build.gradle file when you rebuild the Flutter app.
You can create variables from the output of an Ansible task with the task keyword register. You can use registered variables in any later tasks in your play. For example:
Registered variables are stored in memory. You cannot cache registered variables for use in future plays. Registered variables are only valid on the host for the rest of the current playbook run.
In general, Ansible gives precedence to variables that were defined more recently, more actively, and with more explicit scope. Variables in the the defaults folder inside a role are easily overridden. Anything in the vars directory of the role overrides previous versions of that variable in the namespace. Host and/or inventory variables override role defaults, but explicit includes such as the vars directory or an include_vars task override inventory variables.
When created with set_facts`s cacheable option, variables will have the high precedence in the play, but will be the same as a host facts precedence when they come from the cache.
Play: each play and contained structures, vars entries (vars; vars_files; vars_prompt), role defaults and vars.
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