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CLI for creating releases on GitHub.

Project description

github-releaser

github-releaser is a command-line tool for creating releases on GitHub.

Installation

pipenv install github-releaser

Usage

Creating a release

To create a release, use the command create-release, e.g.:

github-releaser create-release --account myuser --repository myrepo --tag-name v1.0.10

The example above will create a new release with a name and tag set to v1.0.10 at myuser/myrepo. The option --release-name is optional, and if not specified the release name will be the same as the value of the --tag-name, in this case: v1.0.10

To see all the options use: github-releaser create-release --help

Uploading assets

The command upload-assets to add assets to a release. Note that to upload assets a release must have been previously created.

Give that there is already a release v1.0.10 at myuser/myrepo, it is possible to add assets with the following command:

github-releaser upload-assets --account myuser --repository myrepo --tagname v1.0.10 assets/*.zip

The example above uploads all .zip files from the assets directory to a release v1.0.10 at myuser/myrepo.

To see all the options use: github-releaser upload-assets --help

Commit and push files to a branch

Sometimes it is useful to commit and push new files to a specific branch. One possible scenario is when files are auto-generated during a build in a CI environment, and there is a requirement to include them to a branch. For example:

github-releaser push-files --account myuser --repository myrepo myfile.txt

In this example, a file named myfile.txt is added to the master at myuser/myrepo

To see all the options use: github-releaser push-files --help

GitHub's personal access token

It is required to use a GitHub's personal access token to use the commands described above. The personal access token can be passed directly in the command line using the option --token or set to an environment variable called GITHUB_TOKEN. More information on how to create a GitHub's token can be found here

Copyright and License

Copyright (c) 2020 Daniel Furtado. Code released under MIT license

Credits

This package was created with Cookiecutter and the audreyr/cookiecutter-pypackage project template.

History

0.1.0 (2020-05-30)

  • First release on PyPI.

0.1.1 (2020-06-02)

  • Renamed the environment variable to GITHUB_TOKEN
  • Updated documentation on how to pass token to github-releaser and information on how to create the token on GitHub.

0.2.0 (2020-07-09)

  • Include command push-files
  • Updated documentation
  • Minor code cleanup

0.2.1 (2020-08-04)

  • Renamed push-file's command flag from --msg to --m
  • Minor fixes

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