Publish a new release of your app to Github.
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Deprecated notice

This project is no longer maintained. I suggest to use electron-builder instead. Which has support for uploading to GitHub.


Electron-release js-standard-style Build Status

Publish a new release of your app to Github. Could be used together with: electron-gh-releases.

Install

npm install -g electron-release

What it does

  1. Zip compresses your .app
  2. Publishes a new release on GitHub with the zip as an asset.
  3. Updates auto_updater.json with the new url (if exists).

Usage

Usage
  $ electron-release
Options
  --app  [Required] The path to the app to compress and upload, separate with `,` (--app=test.app,test.exe).
  --token  [Required] GitHub token to be able to publish the release.
  --tag  The git tag connected to the release, needs to be semver. Defaults to version in package.json
  --repo  The GitHub repo in the following format: "username/reponame". Defaults to repository.url in package.json
  --name  The name of the release. Defaults to --tag
  --output  The .zip output folder. Defaults to same folder as app. separate with `,` (--output=test-app.zip,test-exe.zip).

Tests

npm test

License

MIT