One of the main goals we had when building auto was to ease the introduction to automated releases through using pull request labels.
Publishing canary versions comes with some security risks. If your project is private you have nothing to worry about, but if your project is open source there are some security holes.
Sometimes you are working on a big feature and you know it will require a lot of changes. These types of pull requests can be a nightmare to review. Taking in all the changes at once can be overwhelming. It makes it easy to miss smaller mistakes and can make it hard to guess the intent of the changes. Multiple features, bug fixes, or even breaking changes may make up this large PR.
auto makes releasing your code a breeze. Instead of manually calculating a version and doing your whole release process manually,
auto takes care of it for you.
We are excited to announce the release of
This release brings a new command
next, a new use for
shipit, more powerful label configuration, and more.