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Bump is installed via npm. Run this command to install it for local use:
npm install -g bump-cli
If you are looking to use Bump in a continuous integration environment you might be interested by our Github Action.
How should I do if I'm not using npm ?
Unfortunately, at the moment we only publish a npm package. However we plan to distribute universal binaries in the most common package managers soon.
$ npm install -g bump-cli $ bump --help The Bump CLI is used to interact with your API documentation hosted on Bump by using the API of developers.bump.sh VERSION bump-cli/2.1.1 linux-x64 node-v15.12.0 USAGE $ bump [COMMAND] COMMANDS deploy create a new version of your documentation from the given file or URL diff Get a comparaison diff with your documentation from the given file or URL help display help for bump preview create a documentation preview from the given file or URL
Please check the Bump CLI help page for more CLI usage details.
bump preview [FILE]
You can preview your documentation by calling the
preview command. A temporary preview will be created with a unique URL. This preview will be available for 30 minutes. You don't need any credentials to use this command. Here is an example usage:
$ bump preview https://bit.ly/asyncapi * Let's render a preview on Bump... done * Your preview is visible at: https://bump.sh/preview/c192dad0-79d7-44b3-b5e1-244b69f618e4 (Expires at 2021-06-28T18:06:56+02:00)
Note: you can use the
--open flag to open the preview URL in your browser directly.
Note2: you can use the
--live flag to watch changes of the input
FILE. This is very helpful when writing your api definition as you will see a live preview being refreshed at each file save.
bump preview --help for more usage details
bump deploy [FILE]
Deploy the definition file as the current version of the documentation with the following command:
$ bump deploy path/to/your/file.yml --doc DOC_ID_OR_SLUG --token DOC_TOKEN
If you already have a hub in your Bump.sh account, you can automatically create a documentation inside it and deploy to it with:
$ bump deploy path/to/your/file.yml --auto-create --doc DOC_SLUG --hub HUB_ID_OR_SLUG --token HUB_TOKEN
Simulate a deployment of your definition file to make sure it is valid with the
--dry-run flag, it is particularly useful in a Continuous Integration environment running a test deployment outside your main branch:
$ bump deploy path/to/your/file.yml --dry-run --doc DOC_ID_OR_SLUG --token DOC_TOKEN
bump deploy --help for more usage details
bump diff [FILE]
If you want to receive automatic
bump diff results on your Github Pull Requests you might be interested by our Github Action diff command.
From a Bump documentation, the
diff command will retrieve a comparaison changelog between your existing documentation and the given file or URL:
$ bump diff path/to/your/file.yml --doc DOC_ID_OR_SLUG --token DOC_TOKEN * Comparing the given definition file with the currently deployed one... done Updated: POST /validations Body attribute modified: documentation
If you want to compare two unpublished versions of your definition file, the
diff command can retrieve a comparaison changelog between two given file or URL, “as simple as
$ bump diff path/to/your/file.yml path/to/your/next-file.yml --doc <doc_slug> --token <your_doc_token> * Comparing the two given definition files... done Updated: POST /versions Body attribute added: previous_version_id
Note: you can use the
--open flag to open the visual diff URL in your browser directly.
bump diff --help for full usage details.
Make sure to have Node.js (At least v12) installed on your machine.
Install node dependencies with
$ npm install
Compile the Typescript code
$ npm run build $ npm run clean # to remove build artifacts
Format the codebase to comply with the linter rules
$ npm run fmt
Run the test suites
$ npm run test $ npm run test-coverage # Run tests with coverage
Bug reports and pull requests are welcome on GitHub at https://github.com/bump-sh/cli. This project is intended to be a safe, welcoming space for collaboration, and contributors are expected to adhere to the Contributor Covenant code of conduct.
The node package is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.
Code of Conduct
Everyone interacting in the Bump-CLI project codebases, issue trackers, chat rooms and mailing lists is expected to follow the code of conduct.
This npm package starts at v2.0.0 for two main reasons:
Our first version of the Bump CLI was written in Ruby, starting at v2.0.0 makes it clear we are working on our second version of the Bump CLI
bump-clipackage used to be owned by Rico which already published v1.x packages. If you are looking for the old npm package please head to
@rstacruz/bump-clipackage. A big thanks to Rico for transfering the ownership of the