Reliesl is a tool for automatic release managment using the Gitlab CI.
reliesl helps you automate your releases using
poetry and GitLab CI.
"You've had a long day at work. Bugs have been squashed, features wered added and breaking changes documented. You've poured your heart and soul into this piece of software and the last thing seperating you from popping a bottle of champagne is having to release the newest version of your project on GitLab. Thank God there's reliesl to release your new software on GitLab (and maybe even open that bottle of champagne)." - reliesl's secret admirer
reliesl grew up in a small village and thus is pretty opinionated. It assumes you are using
poetry and keeping a
reliesl provides two different commands to make your release process as smooth as possible:
Usually added to your existing CI pipeline to manually trigger a new GitLab release based on the releasenotes given in CHANGELOG.md. Also adds the .whl of the package to the Asset section.
If you want to automatically release to PyPi (or TestPyPi if you are feeling less adventurous) you can use the
--pypi-release <pypi|testpypi> option like so:
reliesl release --pypi-release <value>
For authentication this requires the environement variables
TESTPYPI_PASSWORD to be set.
Usually run locally to take care of all cumbersome version edits in various files.
It will ask you whether you want to do a pre-release, bug fix, minor or major change, before automatically bumping your
poetry version and parsing the
CHANGELOG.md to update the
UNRELEASED section with the right version number and date.
--dry-run flag to see what would happen without changing any files.
Additional files where version changes are needed can be configured via
--additional-file-edits <file> <regex>, like so:
reliesl bump --additional-file-edits "file.txt" '(semver = )(.*)()' "file2.txt" '(version: )(.*)()'
The second capture group must be the semantic version you want to change. For more information on python regular expressions look here.
poetry add --dev reliesl
pip install reliesl
To your .gitlab-ci.yml you need to add:
- deploystage if you do not already have one (The release process should be the last stage)
A new job:
release: stage: deploy when: manual script: - pip install reliesl - reliesl release
The release script needs access to the GitLab API to create a new release. This requires a new environment variable(Under Settings > CI / CD > Variables):
- Value: a valid private token that gives access to api calls for your project(Profile > Settings > Access Tokens)
Please make sure to have the pre-commit hooks installed.
Install pre-commit and then run
pre-commit install to register the hooks with git.
We use make to streamline our development workflow.
make help to see all available commands.
$ make help help Show this help message check Run all static checks (like pre-commit hooks) test Run all tests dev-install Install all the packages in the local python environment for development bump Bump reliesl version
The picture of Liesl was stolen from here: https://ladiesoftheatre.tumblr.com/post/155234955388/you-may-think-this-kind-of-adventure-never-may
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