Automatic semantic versioning for python projects
Automatic semantic versioning for python projects. This is an python implementation of the semantic-release for js by Stephan Bönnemann. If you find this topic interesting you should check out his talk from JSConf Budapest.
pip install python-semantic-release
The general idea is to have some sort of tag in commit messages that indicates certain types of changes. If a commit message lack a tag it is ignored. Running release can be run locally or from a CI service.
Usage: semantic-release [OPTIONS] COMMAND Options: --major Force major version. --minor Force minor version. --patch Force patch version. --noop No-operations mode, finds the new version number without changing it. --post If used with the changelog command, the changelog will be posted to the release api. --help Show this message and exit.
- version - Create a new release. Will change the version, commit it and tag it.
- publish - Runs version before pushing to git and uploading to pypi.
- changelog - Generates the changelog for the next release.
Running commands from setup.py
Add the following to your setup.py and you will be able to run python setup.py <command> as you would semantic-release <command>.
try: from semantic_release import setup_hook setup_hook(sys.argv) except ImportError: pass
Configuration belongs in semantic_release section of the setup.cfg file in your project. Details about configuration options can be found in the configuration documentation.
Found a bug
Please create a pull-request with a test case that shows the usage. If you are unsure were to put it, just create a new file inside tests, and we will point you in the right direction.
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