extension-crashlytics 1.0.0

Use Crashlytics, the crash analytics library, in your OpenFL projects for Android and iOS.

Released 2016-05-23.

To install, run:

haxelib install extension-crashlytics 1.0.0

See using Haxelib in Haxelib documentation for more information.

Current version1.0.0
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Tags android, crashlytics, extension, fabric, ios, openfl



OpenFL extension to use Crashlytics on Android and iOS.


Clone this repo, then use the command below:

haxelib dev extension-crashlytics path/to/clone

Then build the extension for iOS:

lime rebuild extension-crashlytics ios

Because Crashlytics requires iOS minimum version of 6.0, you might need to modify iphoneos-toolchain.xml and iphonesim-toolchain.xml located at {haxelib-root}/hxcpp/{version}/toolchain. Locate the flag with the value -miphoneos-version-min=5.0 and update:

<flag value="-miphoneos-version-min=6.0" />


Include the library in your Project.xml using the haxelib tag:

<haxelib name="extension-crashlytics" />

In your Main.hx, before starting your app cicle, add this line:



Currently Crashlytics for Android is not working properly, as the crashes reports are not being uploaded to the server. This issue is being reviewed.

On the other hand, Answers data is being uploaded correctly. If you are interested in getting these, all you need is to create a dummy project with the same package name as your Haxe project, and activate Crashlytics to it. After the project appears on your Fabric account, all Answers analytics will be uploaded to it.


Add these lines in your PROJ-Info.plist template, before the final closing </dict>:


If you don't have an PROJ-Info.plist yet, you can find the default template here:


To use it, save it at templates/iphone/PROJ/PROJ-Info.plist, and add this line in your project.xml:

<template path="templates" />

To activate Crashlytics for the first time on your app, build your project for iOS, and open your .xcodeproj file on Xcode, located at export/ios/. There, add this Run Script to your Build Phases and build:

{extension-path}/extension-crashlitycs/dependencies/ios/Fabric.framework YOUR_API_KEY YOUR_BUILD_SECRET

If you downloaded this project trough the library package manager, {extension-path} will be likely /usr/local/lib/haxelib/ on Mac, and C:\\HaxeToolkit\\haxe\\lib\\ on Windows.

You can find your API KEY and BUILD SECRET at https://www.fabric.io/settings/organizations, there you select your organization, and below your organization name will be the buttons to reveal them. If you don't have any previous applications in your Fabric, these values won't be revealed yet. The easiest way to retrieve them, is to install the Fabric Xcode plugin and follow the steps.

After the first build with your Run Script, you can run your project through the Lime command or Xcode at your preference from now on.