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Fusionary Utilities

Consists of two utilities: bump and setup, both of which can be run from the command line.


npm install -g fusionary-utils


The bump command updates the version number in package.json and any other json file you specify.


bump releaseType [files]... [options]

  • releaseType: The semver-compatible release type. One of: major, minor, patch, premajor, preminor, prepatch. OR a valid version.

  • files: List of .json files that, along with the source file (sourceFile), will be bumped.

  • Options

    • -s, --sourceFile: File containing the "canonical" version. All files will be bumped relative to it. Default: package.json
    • -m, --message: Message to be used for the commit and tag when -r or -p is set. Default: Release %s
    • -r, --release: If set, runs git add and git commit for the bumped files and pushes a tagged release.
    • -p, --publish: If set, automatically runs with the --release flag and then publishes the release to npm.
    • -d, --debug: If set, bump will run in debug mode, outputting a json file instead of doing something
    • -h, --help: Shows help information on the command line


In addition to command-line options, you may use a .bumprc file in your project's root. The format of this file may be valid JSON or INI.

Example .bumprc using JSON:

  "message": "Release v%s.",
  "publish": true

Example .bumprc using INI:

message="Release v%s."


The setup command sets up a new project or updates an existing one.