Kablam is a tool designed to help with release processes.
kablam release Prepares a release by merging and tagging branches.
In almost all prompts (except History file lines), a sensible default is provided.
Configuration is done by way of a file in the project root named
.kablamrc. Here's a sample file, with basic docs:
/* which tagging style this project uses. Supports "semver", "incremental" and "time" */"tagStyle": "semver"/* The type of branch model in use.Supports two styles: 'trunk' and 'git-flow'*/"branchingModel": "trunk""trunk": "master" // which branch you develop upon and tag"branchingModel": "git-flow""deployment": "stable" // the stable release branch"development": "master" // the main development branch"releasePrefix": "release/" // the prefix of release branches/* the name of the History file to update */"historyFile": "History.md"/* information about the jenkins job which builds this project. Optional. */"jenkins":"host": """job": "my-jenkins-job"/* path to a file where detailed logs are stored. Logs are truncated to 256kb. Optional. */"logFile": ".kablamlog"/* default tag message. %s is replaced with the tag name. Optional, default shown below */"tagMessage": "Version %s"/* if set to true, the default tag message is always used. The user isn't able to modify it. Default false */"fixedTagMessage": false
To add custom tasks to Kablam, write your task and publish it as an NPM module with a name starting with
kablam-task-. Namespaced packages are also fine, eg:
@sc/kablam-task-deploy. You can then execute this by running
kablam @sc/deploy. If you'd like to use a different name for the task, add a property to your
.kablamrc file like so:
"taskAliases":"deploy": "@sc/deploy""d": "@sc/deploy"
A task should be exported as a function which returns a Promise (something with a
.then() method). It should also define a
description property, and optionally a
preflight function which is executed before running the task. This may return a Promise if asynchronous behaviour is needed; or throw an error to halt the task.
Three color themes are provided:
To choose a theme, set an environment variable called
KABLAM_THEME. This can be done in your shell's configuration file (
~/.zshrc, etc), or once off like so: