It initializes a
.bumpedrc file in the path.
bumped init is a smart command that tries to add common configuration files.
For example, if your project has
package.json, it detects and adds them automagically:
$ bumped init bumped File package.json has been added. bumped Current version is 0.0.0. bumped Config file created!.
At this moment, Bumped creates a configuration file
.bumpedrc, which is associated with the project folder.
If you open this file, its content is a list made up of all the synchronized files:
files: - package.json plugins: prerelease: Linting config files: plugin: bumped-finepack postrelease: Generating CHANGELOG file: plugin: bumped-changelog Committing new version: plugin: bumped-terminal command: git add CHANGELOG.md package.json && git commit -m "Release $newVersion" Detecting problems before publish: plugin: bumped-terminal command: git-dirty && npm test Publishing tag at Github: plugin: bumped-terminal command: git tag $newVersion && git push && git push --tags Publishing at NPM: plugin: bumped-terminal command: npm publish
NOTE: The file is generated in YAML format, but currently it supports JSON or CSON as well.
The file generated is divided in two sections:
Bumped needs at least a one file with a
version field for synchronizing the version around all the files.
If it cannot detect a configuration file, the command will create a
package.json with a
It contents the
postrelease tasks to perform every time that you release a new version using Bumped.
As you can see, the definition of a task is composed by: