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Bumps package version numbers

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Bumps package versions.


By default, running bump in a directory with a will bump the “patch” number in place:

$ bump
$ git diff
@ @ from setuptools import setup

-    version='1.0.0',
+    version='1.0.1',
    description='Bumps package version numbers',

Conveniently bump will also return the new version number, so you can use it after running the command, for example:

$ export VERSION=`bump`
$ echo "The new version is $VERSION"
The new version is 1.0.1


The bump command can also bump the major or minor version numbers, or set the pre-release identifier or local version segment:

$ bump --help
Usage: bump [OPTIONS] [INPUT] [OUTPUT]

  -M, --major     Bump major number
  -m, --minor     Bump minor number
  -p, --patch     Bump patch number
  --pre TEXT      Set the pre-release identifier
  --local TEXT    Set the local version segment
  --canonicalize  Canonicalize the new version
  --help          Show this message and exit.

You can configure these options by setting them in a .bump or setup.cfg configuration file as well, so you don’t have to specify them every time:

$ cat .bump
input = some_directory/
minor = true
patch = false

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