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Which part of SemVer should I bump when deprecating supported Python version?

By : brin
Date : October 16 2020, 06:10 AM
this will help A deprecation doesn't break (or really change) anything; it's an official, explicit, advance warning that something will change in a future version.
The SemVar specification specifically says to bump the minor version:
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How to get the semver Major part of a Maven version?

By : user2878019
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . Found it. The build-helper-maven-plugin has the ability to parse-out the components of the version.
code :

                <echo>[version] ${project.version}</echo>
                <echo>[majorVersion] ${parsedVersion.majorVersion}</echo>

ReactJS version is <1. is it production-ready (main API immutable on version bump)?

By : Oleksandr
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out If you or the organisation you work for are a devoted follower of the semver method of versioning then it would be very risky to use anything that is less than v1.0 due to the following clause:

Protocol for semantic version patching: do you bump if dependencies bump?

By : Victor Bart
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Yes, you should update your version number. At the very least you're changing your application in a fashion which could alter its behaviour (by utilising different dependency versions) and this needs to be communicated to your application/library users. It may be that you're quite confident that this is a safe change but there's always a possibility of a change.
If you're only talking about updating a pinned dependency, with no major no features added and no resulting API differences then you'll only be bumping your 'patch' version number - e.g. from v1.2.3 to v1.2.4. For each release with a new set of dependency pins you'll bump your patch version. Don't worry, you're not going to run out of version numbers ;)

When using semver when to upgrade/bump to 1.0.0 (stable)

By : RajR
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you The development team decides when they have version 1.0.0. It is possible for a project to remain in experimental/prototype mode for very long periods of time. The only thing that matters here is whether the interface and implementation can be considered complete or not. What are your goals? Do you have all the planned v1 features in place? Do you have doubts w.r.t. implementation conformance to the documented interface?
Some teams don't have workflows that map onto the full semver spec, but they use packaging/release tooling that requires a semver version string. In order to be legal, they never release version 1.0.0, so any version bumps literally don't have full SemVer semantics. See #4 in the spec.

How to get a git diff so I can use it to bump my version with semver? (ThreeDotLabs Tutorial)

By : user2958313
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps I did solve it with the help of a colleague. We made a different approach - we tried to analyze the commit message in git for certain keywords. If anyone wants to know the answer to my problem - here it is:
code :
#!/usr/bin/env python3
import os
import re
import sys
import semver
import subprocess

def git(*args):
    return subprocess.check_output(["git"] + list(args))

def tag_repo(tag):
    url = os.environ["CI_REPOSITORY_URL"]

    # Transforms the repository URL to the SSH URL
    # Example input: https://gitlab-ci-token:xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@gitlab.com/threedotslabs/ci-examples.git
    # Example output: git@gitlab.com:threedotslabs/ci-examples.git
    push_url = re.sub(r'.+@([^/]+)/', r'git@\1:', url)

    git("remote", "set-url", "--push", "origin", push_url)
    git("tag", tag)
    git("push", "origin", tag)

def bump(latest):
    MyOutput = subprocess.Popen(['git', 'log', '--format=%B', '-n', '1', 'HEAD'], 
    stdout,stderr = MyOutput.communicate()
    if stderr != None:
        return latest
        commitMSG = stdout.decode("utf8")
            words = commitMSG.lower()
            if "major" in words:
                return semver.bump_major(latest)
            elif "minor" in words:
                return semver.bump_minor(latest)
            elif "patch" in words:
                return semver.bump_patch(latest)
                return latest # return latest already existing version if no keyword is used in the commit message
            print("encountered non-char object in commit msg - moving on")

def main():
        latest = git("describe", "--tags").decode().strip()
    except subprocess.CalledProcessError:
        # No tags in the repository
        version = "1.0.0"
        # Skip already tagged commits
        if '-' not in latest:
            return 0

        version = bump(latest)
        if version == latest:
            return 0


    return 0

if __name__ == "__main__":

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