Ruby gem to print previous/next git tags: v1.0, v2.1.0, etc.
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Datag: da99's git tagger as a Ruby gem

A Ruby gem to print previous/next git tags: v1.0, v2.1.0, etc.

Installation

gem install Datag

Usage: Ruby

require "Datag"

Datag.list     => [ "v1.0.0", "v1.2.4", "v1.11.0", "v2.0.0", "v9.0.0" ]

system "git checkout v2.0.0"

Datag.next     => "v9.0.0"
Datag.previous => "v1.11.0"

Datag.bump_patch => "v9.0.1"
Datag.bump_minor => "v9.1.0"
Datag.bump_major => "v10.0.0"

Usage: Shell

Datag list       
Datag list -r   # Reverse the order.

Datag first     # oldest: v1.0.0
Datag last      # newest: v9.0.0

Datag next
Datag previous

git checkout $( Datag next )

git tag $( Datag bump_patch )
git tag $( Datag bump_minor )
git tag $( Datag bump_major )

# Don't like new lines in the output?
# Change the delimiter like so:

Datag --delimiter=", " list  
Datag -d ", " list           
git push origin $( Datag -d " " list )

Run Tests

git clone git@github.com:da99/Datag.git
cd Datag
bundle update
bundle exec bacon spec/main.rb

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