github.com/giantswarm/semver-bump


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Semantic Versioning Bumper

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A simple semantic versioning file bumper to keep your version files in line built by Giant Swarm.

Installing

You can install semver-bump from source using go get:

go get github.com/giantswarm/semver-bump

Because go expects all of your libraries to be found in either $GOROOT or $GOPATH, it’s helpful to symlink the project to one of the following paths:

  • ln -s /path/to/your/semver-bump $GOPATH/src/github.com/giantswarm/semver-bump
  • ln -s /path/to/your/semver-bump $GOROOT/src/pkg/github.com/giantswarm/semver-bump

Running

With semver-bump you can bump your projects version into a VERSION file location in your project. It supports bumping of major, minor and patch versions via the following subcommands:

  • semver-bump major-release
  • semver-bump minor-release
  • semver-bump patch-release

Initializing an existing project

If you are already working on a project using semantic versioning you can initialize the version file with the default version 0.1.0:

semver-bump init

Using the -i flag you can also initialize the version file with your current version:

semver-bump init -i 1.2.1