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simply makes a git release using github api v3

Project description
A long long time ago, ancient developers do not have the command to do a github
release. They relied on mouse clicks and web user interface to do their releases.
Until 2017, they got a specialized command, **gs** and realized release management
is no long a manual job.

gease simply makes a git release using github api v3.


You can install it via pip:

$ pip install gease

or clone it and install it:

$ git clone
$ cd gease
$ python install

Setup and Configuration

First, please create personal access token for yourself on github.

Next, please create a gease file(.gease) in your home directory and place the token inside it. Gease file is a simple json file. Here is an example:


Command Line

gease simply makes a git release using github api v3. version 0.0.1

Usage: gs repo tag [release message]


   release message is optional. It could be a quoted string or space separate


   gs gease v0.0.1 first great release
   gs gease v0.0.2 "second great release"



Change log

v0.0.2 - 15.10.2017

  1. quit with -1 if github responds with error

v0.0.1 - 13.10.2017

First release. Make a release from command line

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