[sugar] Releasing with a single command
Wed Oct 29 10:05:21 EDT 2008
On Sun, Oct 26, 2008 at 21:02, Marco Pesenti Gritti <mpgritti at gmail.com> wrote:
> I wrote an helper script to do release of modules using auto* or
> bundlebuilder. It's in the sugar-tools git repository:
> Just run the "release" script inside your module directory and it should:
> * Bump version, tag and push to git. (You can use --version if you
> need more than a simple increment).
> * Build a source tarball and upload it on dev.laptop.org.
> * Generate a release announcement, let you edit it and then send it to the list.
> It's not fully tested because... I have not yet had a chance to make a
> release with it. I will test it in a few days for 0.83.0, but if you
> try it out before please let me know about any issues you find!
It worked for me with Chat, with the following notes:
* It depends on python-feedparser - should I add this to the ubuntu sysdeps?
* It named the git commit as "Release 60" (including the quotes)
whereas previously bundlebuilder named it "Release version xx."
(without extra quotes).
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