Browse by Keyword: "semver"
bump-anything Bump *anything*!
bumpitup Bump your package version and commit
bumpy Bump version numbers in your .json files
codependency Optional peer dependencies
compare-version Compare version numbers
foundry Release manager for npm, bower, component, PyPI, git tags, and any plugin you can write
github-resolve-semver resolve an npm-style semver range to a git tag for a github repo
grunt-bumpup Update the version, date, and other properties in JSON files while preserving the original indentation style.
grunt-bumpx Extended bump version number
grunt-semvercopy Identifies and copies the contents of a folder named with Semantic Versioning
grunt-versioner Grunt plugin for versioning, building, tagging your Git project and publishing to NPM.
gulp-bump Bump npm versions with Gulp (gulpjs.com)
leak Leak helps release semantically-versioned node packages from git branches.
local-version A "package.json" version number fetcher for local Node module installations. Async and sync.
mversion A NPM and Bower module version handler
node-version-resolver Give me a semver range and I'll tell you the latest node version that satisfies it.
releasy CLI tool to release node applications with tag and auto semver bump
semver-c Semantic versioning is back! In C form!
semver-fs Resolve filenames using semver ranges
semver-loose loose precision matching on semvers
semver-migrate upgrade objects based on a semver-keyed migration map
semver-sync Utility that keeps version numbers in sync between package.json, component.json and an optional source file.
semver-utils Tools for manipulating semver strings and objects
system.json Package management for any OS with semver, JSON, configuration and friends.
ua-semver Check user-agent with semver syntax.
v.js Sets version number in package.json.
verily overly helpful semver version bumper (update package, search for build meta tags in html files, and push a git tag)
version-sync Synchronous "package.json" version number fetcher for Node.
vik CLI Semver autoincrement with major, minor, and patch.