Manage git repositories with semantic versioning
git-semver is a node module (and command line program) for managing git
repositories using semantic versioning. It's basically just a nice git API
that understands semantic versioning.
Open a local repository, select the latest tag that matches "~1.1.8" and check it's contents out into the repository's work tree.
var git = ;git;
This allows for succinct code, that chains multiple methods (hello demeter) synchronously and waits until the asynchronous operations finish.
Most operations start from the repository class.
Once instantiated the repository tries to resolve it's
.git directory and
– it its not a "bare" repository – the work tree.
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