Node.js based git-release for use with component
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npm install component-release
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|Dependencies||q, win-spawn, jsup|
Node.js based git-release for use with component and npm
$ npm install component-release -g
$ component-release 0.0.0
- Forces versions to be of the form
/^(\d+)\.(\d+)\.(\d+)$/and won't let you publish with a version number that isn't of that form.
- Won't let you publish with a version that doesn't match the version in
component.jsonif those files are present.
- Will automatically update the other of those files if you have updated one of them.
- Will update both for you if you say yes when it asks you.
- Will never 'update' to an older version
- Won't let you publish an older version if a newer one exists (and is tagged)
won't let you publish if
package.jsonexists but is not valid json.
Provided you meet the requirements it will:
git commit -a -m "Release 0.0.0"
git tag 0.0.0 -a -m "0.0.0"
git push --tags
- if a package.json is present and not marked private: