as of: firstname.lastname@example.org:ios now exposes several new flags to help you be more productive.
-e, --apple-enterprise-account Run as Apple Enterprise account
--revoke-apple-dist-certs Revoke distribution certs on developer.apple.com before attempting to make new certs, must use with -c
--revoke-apple-push-certs Revoke push certs on developer.apple.com before attempting to make new certs, must use with -c
--revoke-apple-provisioning-profile Revoke provisioning profile on developer.apple.com, must use with -c
These flags will let you interactively choose which certs to revoke right from the CLI, no need to open up developer.apple.com. These are powerful flags, note that once you revoke from Apple then the file is gone. Use with care.
Run as enterprise is a flag that will create enterprise, in house versions of certs. This should fix some people’s issues about not being on the right team, or other confusing authorization messages.
Revoking provisioning profile sometimes gives 757: unexpected token at 'Bad Request, that’s something to be investigated & fixed later.
As a side note, this version also fixes some issues for Windows users.
I’m trying to download and use a distribution certificate which was previously generated by expo.
When I try and upload it in the exp tool it’s asking for a password. How do I find this?
I tried using the same as the itunes developer account but that didn’t work.