fastlane-plugin-sentry - Sentry fastlane plugin

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auth_token is the preferred way to authentication method with Sentry. This can be obtained on https://sentry.io/api/. api_key still works but will eventually become deprecated. This can be obtained through the settings of your project. Also note that as of version 1.2.0 you no longer have to provide the required parameters, we will try to fallback to your .sentryclirc config file if possible.The following environment variables may be used in place of parameters: SENTRY_API_KEY, SENTRY_AUTH_TOKEN, SENTRY_ORG_SLUG, and SENTRY_PROJECT_SLUG.

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