Release a new version
As a maintainer, if you plan to release a new version of Watson, you will find useful information in this page.
Bump a new
Create a new branch:
$ git checkout -b prepare-x.y.z
Edit the following files to describe changes and bump the version number:
watson/version.py: update the version number
CHANGELOG.md: add release notes (see previous releases examples)
docs/about/release-notes.md: copy/paste release notes here
Then commit your work, tag the release and push everything to GitHub:
$ git add watson/version.py CHANGELOG.md docs/about/release-notes.md $ git commit -m 'Bump release to x.y.z' $ git tag x.y.z $ git push origin prepare-x.y.z $ git push origin --tags
Create a new pull request (PR) with the
prepare-x.y.z branch. You can safely
merge this PR if all tests are green.
Draft a new Watson Release on GitHub with the same release notes.
x.y.z release to PyPI
Checkout the up-to-date
$ git checkout master $ git pull --rebase origin master
Now, build the release and submit it to PyPI using twine (you’ll need to be registered as a maintainer of the package):
$ python setup.py sdist bdist_wheel $ twine upload dist/*
Update online documentation
mkdocs to generate the online documentation.
It must be updated via:
$ mkdocs gh-deploy --clean
x.y.z release to Homebrew
- Fork the Homebrew/homebrew-core repository to your personal GitHub account.
- Get the new release SHA256 checksum by copying it from td-watson Warehouse page (the new PyPI)
- Update brew formula with the automation command
$ brew bump-formula-pr \ --url='https://files.pythonhosted.org/packages/[...]/td-watson-x.y.z.tar.gz' \ --sha256='PASTE THE SHA256 CHECKSUM HERE' \ watson
Note: you may also need to update versions of Watson’s dependencies (and related checksum). See Homebrew’s documentation for details.