Bump version in package.json automatically according to git log.
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Help to bump
pacakge.json according to commit types (such as fix, feature or breaking change).
For example: If previous version is "1.0.0" (using git tag), and there are 3 commits after that version, they are:
- BREAKING CHANGE(button): add button api
- feat(button): add button
- fix(button): fix button bug
The version should be
package.json will be updated to
- There is only one root branch in git history.
- Subjects of commits should align to Conventional Commits (or you need to add autoBump config in
package.jsonto specify custom matching patterns).
$ yarn add -D auto-bump
$ npm install -D auto-bump
Only one command to bump your version:
$ yarn auto-bump
At first auto-bump will check if there is tag for previous version. Or it will traverse from the first commit of root branch and bump version for each commit. And you will see package.json version is udpated.
Please notice that auto-bump will check commit subject to decide bumping major/minor/patch version. So by default your commit subject should follow Conventional Commits. Or your can add custom matching patterns in
package.json, you can refer
package.json in this repository as example.
- Add life cycle functions
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