🦊 semantic-release plugin to publish a GitLab release
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@semantic-release/gitlab

semantic-release plugin to publish a GitLab release.

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Step Description
verifyConditions Verify the presence and the validity of the authentication (set via environment variables).
publish Publish a GitLab release.

Install

$ npm install @semantic-release/gitlab -D

Usage

The plugin can be configured in the semantic-release configuration file:

{
  "plugins": [
    "@semantic-release/commit-analyzer",
    "@semantic-release/release-notes-generator",
    ["@semantic-release/gitlab", {
      "gitlabUrl": "https://custom.gitlab.com",
      "assets": [
        {"path": "dist/asset.min.css", "label": "CSS distribution"},
        {"path": "dist/asset.min.js", "label": "JS distribution"}
      ]
    }],
  ]
}

With this example GitLab releases will be published to the https://custom.gitlab.com instance.

Configuration

GitLab authentication

The GitLab authentication configuration is required and can be set via environment variables.

Only the personal access token authentication is supported.

Environment variables

Variable Description
GL_TOKEN or GITLAB_TOKEN Required. The token used to authenticate with GitLab.
GL_URL or GITLAB_URL The GitLab endpoint.
GL_PREFIX or GITLAB_PREFIX The GitLab API prefix.

Options

Option Description Default
gitlabUrl The GitLab endpoint. GL_URL or GITLAB_URL environment variable or https://gitlab.com.
gitlabApiPathPrefix The GitLab API prefix. GL_PREFIX or GITLAB_PREFIX environment variable or /api/v4.
assets An array of files to upload to the release. See assets. -

assets

Can be a glob or and Array of globs and Objects with the following properties:

Property Description Default
path Required. A glob to identify the files to upload. -
label Short description of the file displayed on the GitLab release. File name extracted from the path.

Each entry in the assets Array is globbed individually. A glob can be a String ("dist/**/*.js" or "dist/mylib.js") or an Array of Strings that will be globbed together (["dist/**", "!**/*.css"]).

If a directory is configured, all the files under this directory and its children will be included.

Note: If a file has a match in assets it will be included even if it also has a match in .gitignore.

assets examples

'dist/*.js': include all the js files in the dist directory, but not in its sub-directories.

[['dist', '!**/*.css']]: include all the files in the dist directory and its sub-directories excluding the css files.

[{path: 'dist/MyLibrary.js', label: 'MyLibrary JS distribution'}, {path: 'dist/MyLibrary.css', label: 'MyLibrary CSS distribution'}]: include the dist/MyLibrary.js and dist/MyLibrary.css files, and label them MyLibrary JS distribution and MyLibrary CSS distribution in the GitLab release.

[['dist/**/*.{js,css}', '!**/*.min.*'], {path: 'build/MyLibrary.zip', label: 'MyLibrary'}]: include all the js and css files in the dist directory and its sub-directories excluding the minified version, plus the build/MyLibrary.zip file and label it MyLibrary in the GitLab release.