Automated software version generator and replacer based on `year.month.day` as its format.
Automatically generates new software version stamp as year.month.day format.
Install, update & uninstall (Alpha)
Use pip to install, upgrade & uninstall:
pip install datestamp pip install --upgrade datestamp pip uninstall datestamp
# ./pyproject.toml [build-system] requires = ["datestamp"] # ./setup.py from datestamp import stamp setup(..., version=stamp('package_name'), # '2020.2.9' ...)
# ./datestamp.py ... # ./MANIFEST.in include datestamp.py # ./setup.py from datestamp import stamp setup(..., version=stamp('package_name'), # '2020.2.9' ...)
version=stamp('package_name') # '2020.2.9' version=stamp('package_name', '.post1') # '2020.2.9.post1' version=stamp('package_name', 'rc1') # '2020.2.9rc1'
- Make sure to pre-install datestamp before running python3 setup.py sdist. This is only required for publishers, for users it will be build at setup time (but not installed).
- New date stamp is only generated when you are ready to publish your project by python3 setup.py sdist or current version date is used.
- When new date is generated at setup(version=stamp(...)) it also replaces __version__ line with __version__ = '2020.2.9' in __init__.py file.
- Works for One-Off script file as well like datestamp.py package itself.
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