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
# ./setup.py from datestamp import stamp setup(..., setup_requires=['datestamp'], version=stamp('package_name'), # '2020.2.9' # version=stamp('package_name', 'rc1'), # '2020.2.9rc1' ...)
# ./pyproject.toml [build-system] requires = ["datestamp"] # ./setup.py from datestamp import stamp setup(..., version=stamp('package_name'), # '2020.2.9' # version=stamp('package_name', 'rc1'), # '2020.2.9rc1' ...)
- Make sure to pre-install datestamp before running python3 setup.py .... This is only required for publishers, for users it will be auto installed through setup_requires=['datestamp']
- New version 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.
- If for some reason you can’t pre-install datestamp you can include datestamp.py file besides your setup.py and import it that way. Also don’t forget to include datestamp.py in MANIFEST.in if you know the user installing your package does not have access t
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