denoversion

Deno cli to manage and bump release versions.

denoversion helps you keep track of your project's SemVer version in a VERSION file, including creating and pushing git tags.

Installation

Install it as a local command via denoget:

$ denoget https://denopkg.com/lucascaro/denoversion.ts

or run it directly:

$ deno https://denopkg.com/lucascaro/denoversion.ts

If you do not use denoget to install locally, replace denoversion below with deno -A https://denopkg.com/lucascaro/denoversion.ts

Usage

denoversion has different subcommands: init, current, set, and bump.

version

denoversion version as well as without arguments, denoversion shows it's own version.

init

Use denoversion init to get started versioning your repository.

$ denoversion init 1.0.0
v1.0.0

This will create a file named VERSION containing your version string. The command will also create a new commit and tag with the version string.

Optionally, you can pass --push to instruct the program to push changes to the configured git remote.

The command will not allow to initialize an already initialized directory, you can pass -f or --force to disable this safety check.

current

Running denoversion current will print the current version to the console.

set

Use denoversion set to set the version manually.

$ denoversion set 1.2.3
v1.2.3

bump

Bumps the current version. It will also create a git commit and annotated tag. Run with --push to also push the changes to your configured remote and create a release.

By default denoversion bump will bump the patch (3rd) number in the version. You can pass another argument to specify which segment to bump:

$ denoversion current
v1.2.3
$ denoversion bump
v1.2.4
$ denoversion bump patch
v1.2.5
$ denoversion bump minor
v1.3.0
$ denoversion bump major
v2.0.0

Feedback

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