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Find and tag Git commits based on version numbers in commit messages.

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git-tagup


Find and tag Git commits based on version numbers in commit messages.

Quickstart


  1. Install git-tagup:
$ pip install git-tagup
  1. Browse to the Git repository you want to add tags to - this is usually your project root directory containing the .git directory:
$ cd path/to/project/root
  1. Run the program:
$ git-tagup

Example


$ cd path/to/project/root
$ git-tagup
Create the tag 'v0.1.1' for commit message 'Bump version to 0.1.1'? (y/n/q): n
Create the tag 'v0.1.2' for commit message 'Bump version to 0.1.2'? (y/n/q): y
Create the tag 'v0.1.3' for commit message 'Bump version to 0.1.3'? (y/n/q): q

Installation


$ pip install git-tagup

Learn More


Learn more about this project on the git-tagup project page.

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