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versionner 1.4.1

versionner helps manipulating version of the project.

versionner helps manipulating version of the project.

With one command you can update all required files and git with new version.

If you like this tool, just say thanks.

Current stable version

1.4.1

Features

  • versionner guards the compliance with Semantic Versioning
  • manual changes are error-prone, versionner is error proof
  • it’s easier to write: ver up instead of open editor, edit and save changes ;)
  • versionner updates also project files (like README or sth)
  • and create vcs (only git currently) tag if requested
  • it’s very easy to install
  • and it’s all in one command…

Python version

versionner works only with Python 3.3+. Older Python versions are unsupported.

Some examples

Some examples:

# initialize new file with version 0.1.0
% ver init

# initialize new file with version 1.0.0
% ver init 1.0.0

# prints current version info
% ver

# increase minor by 1, set patch to 0
% ver up

# increase patch by 1
% ver up --patch

# increase patch by 2 and try to automatically commit changes
% ver up --patch -c

# create git tag
% ver tag

# increase patch by 4
% ver up --patch 4

# just guess...
% ver set --minor 3 --patch 2 --build asd3f

# set version to 1.0.0
% ver set 1.0.0

# create signed VCS tag
% ver tag --vcs-param -s

More

Everything is in help :) Just execute:

ver --help

Look at result:

% ver --help
usage: ver [-h] [--file VERSION_FILE] [--version] [--date-format DATE_FORMAT]
           [--vcs-engine VCS_ENGINE] [--vcs-commit-message VCS_COMMIT_MESSAGE]
           [--verbose]
           {init,up,set,tag} ...

Helps manipulating version of the project

positional arguments:
  {init,up,set,tag}
    init                Create new version file
    up                  Increase version
    set                 Set version to specified one
    tag                 Create VCS tag with current version

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --file VERSION_FILE, -f VERSION_FILE
                        path to file where version is saved
  --version, -v         show program's version number and exit
  --date-format DATE_FORMAT
                        Date format used in project files
  --vcs-engine VCS_ENGINE
                        Select VCS engine (only git is supported currently)
  --vcs-commit-message VCS_COMMIT_MESSAGE, -m VCS_COMMIT_MESSAGE
                        Commit message used when committing changes
  --verbose             Be more verbose if it's possible

So, there are four commands: init, up, set and tag. We want to look at this:

usage: ver init [-h] [--commit] [value]

positional arguments:
  value         Initial version

optional arguments:
  -h, --help    show this help message and exit
  --commit, -c  Commit changes done by `up` command (only if there is no
                changes in repo before)

usage: ver up [-h] [--commit] [--major | --minor | --patch] [value]

positional arguments:
  value         Increase version by this value (default: 1)

optional arguments:
  -h, --help    show this help message and exit
  --commit, -c  Commit changes done by `up` command (only if there is no
                changes in repo before)
  --major, -j   increase major part of version
  --minor, -n   increase minor part of version (project default)
  --patch, -p   increase patch part of version

% ver set --help
usage: ver set [-h] [--major MAJOR] [--minor MINOR] [--patch PATCH]
               [--prerelease PRERELEASE] [--build BUILD] [--commit]
               [value]

positional arguments:
  value                 set version to this value

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --major MAJOR, -j MAJOR
                        set major part of version to MAJOR
  --minor MINOR, -n MINOR
                        set minor part of version to MINOR
  --patch PATCH, -p PATCH
                        set patch part of version to PATCH
  --prerelease PRERELEASE, -r PRERELEASE
                        set prerelease part of version to PRERELEASE
  --build BUILD, -b BUILD
                        set build part of version to BUILD
  --commit, -c          Commit changes done by `set` command (only if there is
                        no changes in repo before)

% ver tag --help
usage: ver tag [-h] [--vcs-tag-param VCS_TAG_PARAMS]

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  --vcs-tag-param VCS_TAG_PARAMS
                        Additional params for VCS for "tag" command

Configuration

Configuration is both: user-wide and project-wide.

User-wide is stored in ~/.versionner.rc file, and project-wide is stored in <PROJECT_ROOT>/.versionner.rc. Projects’ configuration is superior to user-wide.

It allows you also to modify other files specified in configuration.

.versionner.rc is INI file in format:

[versionner]
file = ./VERSION
date_format = %Y-%m-%d
up_part = patch
;default_init_version = 1.0.0

[vcs]
engine = git
commit_message = '%(version)s'
;tag_params =
;  -f
;  --local-user=some-key-id

[file:some/folder/some_file.py]
enabled = true
search = ^\s*__version__\s*=.*$
replace = __version__ = '%(version)s'
date_format = %Y-%m-%d
match = line
search_flags =
encoding = utf-8

[file:2:some/folder/some_file.py]
    enabled = true
    search = ^"Program is in version \d+\.\d+\.\d+"$
    replace = "Program is in version %(version)s"
    match = line
    search_flags =
    encoding = utf-8

Data in ‘[project]’ section are default data for whole project.

Data in ‘[file:some/folder/some_file.py]’ section are for single file from project. You can specify here that file ‘some/folder/some_file.py’ have version string (key: enabled), has encoding encoding and we have to search for it (search) and replace it with value of replace. If match is ‘line’, then search is matched line by line, and for ‘file’ whole file is read into memory and matched against search.

When replacing values, there can be used some of placeholders:

%(date)s: current date
%(major)s: major part of version
%(minor)s: minor part of version
%(patch)s: patch part of version
%(prerelease)s: prerelease part of version
%(build)s: build part of version
%(version)s: full version string

If you must do more replaces in single file, just add number to section name:

[file:2:some/path]

Installation

  1. Using PIP

versionner should work on any platform where Python is available, it means Linux, Windows, MacOS X etc.

Simplest way is to use Python’s built-in package system:

pip3 install versionner
  1. Using pipsi

    pipsi install –python3 versionner

  2. Using sources

Download sources from Github:

wget -O 1.4.1.zip https://github.com/msztolcman/versionner/archive/1.4.1.zip

or

curl -o 1.4.1.zip https://github.com/msztolcman/versionner/archive/1.4.1.zip

Unpack:

unzip 1.4.1.zip

And install

cd versionner-1.4.1
python3 setup.py install

Voila!

Authors

Marcin Sztolcman marcin@urzenia.net

Contact

If you like or dislike this software, please do not hesitate to tell me about this me via email (marcin@urzenia.net).

If you find bug or have an idea to enhance this tool, please use GitHub’s issues.

License

The MIT License (MIT)

Copyright (c) 2015 Marcin Sztolcman

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the “Software”), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED “AS IS”, WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

ChangeLog

v1.4.1

  • Handle saving version file when temporary file is on different partition/device

v1.4.0

  • Added explicit ‘read’ action
  • Search for .versionner.rc in current, but also in parents directories
  • Require at least one: –major, –minor, –patch, –prerelease or –build param for ‘set’ action
  • New configuration option: default_increase_value
  • Allow for ‘0’ value for ‘set’ command
  • More readable error message when version is improperly formatted
  • Saving VersionFile in safe way (using temporary file)
  • Rewritten handling of configuration
  • Much better error handling
  • Using py.test in tests
  • Added more unit tests
  • Many pylint fixes
  • Version class can be comparised and sorted
  • Allow to create Version class from string (parsing)
  • Actions refactored to be derived from Command class
  • fixed checking Python version (on Ubuntu there is Py3 in version: 3.5.2+ - plus sign brokes comparisign)

v1.3.0

  • Allow to automatically commit changes done by commands: up, set, init
  • Rewritten VCS subsystem, allows now for many engines

v1.2.0

  • Allow to make more then one replace in single file
  • Do not show an exception when version file does not exists
  • PEP8 fixes (coding style)
  • Makefile improvements

v1.1.1

  • minor fixes

v1.1.0

  • refactored codebase from one file to one package with few files

v1.0.7

  • fights with enforcing Python3

v1.0.6

  • fights with enforcing Python3

v1.0.5

  • fights with enforcing Python3

v1.0.4

  • fights with enforcing Python3

v1.0.3

  • many ways to tell to use Python3.3+ for versionner
  • Makefile refinements

v1.0.2

  • README fixes
  • Makefile

v1.0.1

  • nothing changed, just for PYPI

v1.0.0

  • added tag command (creates vcs (only git currently) tag)
  • versionner’s app now is called ‘ver’, ‘versionner’ is deprecated
  • ability to set default value for init command in .versionner.rc

v0.4.3

  • do not fail when VERSION file is missing
  • automatically use python3 (shebang)
  • updated program description in help

v0.4.2

  • published on pypi

v0.4.1

  • copy file permissions to new one when updating project files

v0.4.0

  • first public version
 
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