package.json’s version not updated in my repository?
package.jsonwill not be pushed to the Git repository
@semantic-release/gitplugin can be used to push the updated
package.jsonas well as other files to the Git repository.
package.jsonand push via Git you can set the project to
"private": true,within your
package.jsonto prevent publishing to the npm registry.
package.json’s version ?
package.json’s version will be updated by the
semantic-releasecommand just before publishing to npm, therefore it won't be available for scripts ran before the
prepackhook so it will be executed during the
@semantic-release/execplugin to run your script in the
package.json) you would need to:
@semantic-release/execplugin to publish the release with a shell command.
set-versionupdate the project version with the value passed as its first argument and
publish-packagepublishes the package to a registry.
npmPublishoption of the
@semantic-release/npmplugin. In addition the
tarballDiroption allow to generate the package tarball in order to publish it to your repository with the
@semantic-release/gitor to a GitHub release with the
git revert, use the
--editoption to format the message according to the Angular revert commit message format. See conventional-changelog/conventional-changelog#348 for more details.
publishConfig.accesskey in your project's
[release skip]in their message will be excluded from the commit analysis and won't participate in the release type determination.
masteryou might not treat your
masterbranch as intended.
npmpublishes against the verdaccio.
npx– short for "npm exec" – is a CLI to find and execute npm binaries within the local
node_modulesfolder or in the $PATH. If a binary can't be located npx will download the required package and execute it from its cache location. The tool is bundled with npm >= 5.2, or can be installed via
npm install -g npx. For more details and motivation read the introductory blog post by @zkat.