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Set up release-drafter / _mostly_ automated releases #485

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commented Jul 7, 2019

  • Trying this app out as part of speeding up management of releases
  • Enabling publication of git tagged commits / releases to pypi automatically via travis-ci once again
  • Simplify steps for releases generally
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commented Jul 7, 2019

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Merging #485 into develop will not change coverage.
The diff coverage is n/a.

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##           develop     #485   +/-   ##
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  Coverage    88.05%   88.05%           
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  Files           51       51           
  Lines         2680     2680           
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  Hits          2360     2360           
  Misses         320      320

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@jeffwecan jeffwecan changed the title Set up release-drafter Set up release-drafter / _mostly_ automated releases Jul 7, 2019

@jeffwecan jeffwecan merged commit 4db919d into hvac:develop Jul 7, 2019

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@jeffwecan jeffwecan deleted the jeffwecan:release_drafter_and_automated_releases_generally branch Jul 7, 2019

@jeffwecan jeffwecan added misc and removed enhancement labels Jul 7, 2019

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