The two goals of the release process are to create a tagged commit which bumps the version file and describes changes since the last release, and to generate packages which can be uploaded to PyPI.
There are other ways to create a release this one is just an example.
This release process was created assuming that your fork is named origin, and the upstream is repository is named upstream.
- Assume that your master branch is up to date.
git checkout master git fetch --all git merge upstream/master git status
- Clean any unnecessary files. Mainly the ones in dist dir.
- From the root of Pulp Smash dir verify the current version.
- From the root of Pulp Smash dir run the script to create a new release.
git status ./scripts/release.sh 'string_new_version'
- Sanity check the dist dir.
6. A new commit was added by the script, and VERSION file should be updated. Verify that HEAD is pointing to the right commit.
cat VERSION git show HEAD
- Push to Github. Verify that files were updated and a new TAG was created.
git push origin master --tags && git push upstream master --tags
8. Upload to PyPI. Assure that your have the twine package in your Python env.
twine upload dist/*
- Go to PyPI and verify that files were uploaded properly.