phly/keep-a-changelog

Tag and release packages on GitHub using Keep A Changelog; add new version entries to your changelog.

2.10.1 2020-10-09 17:39 UTC

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This project provides tooling support for working with Keep A Changelog.

Installation

Local install via Composer

Run the following to install this library:

$ composer require phly/keep-a-changelog

Global install via Composer

Alternately, install globally, for use with any repository:

$ composer global require phly/keep-a-changelog

If you install globally, ensure you add global composer vendor binaries directory to your $PATH environment variable. You can get its location with following command:

$ composer global config bin-dir --absolute

You can add the following line to your shell profile to auto-add it to your PATH:

export PATH=$(composer global config bin-dir --absolute):$PATH

Once setup this way, you can call keep-a-changelog instead of ./vendor/bin/keep-a-changelog.

PHAR file

Since version 2.3.0, we have offered standalone PHAR binaries. These are available under the downloads section for each release. To retrieve the latest, you can always use the following url:

Make the file executable (e.g., chmod 755 keep-a-changelog.phar), place it in your $PATH, and, optionally, remove the .phar suffix

At the time of writing, the PHAR distribution is not yet capable of self-updating or checking for updates.

Usage

Invocation will be via one of the following:

  • If you have installed via Composer within your project: ./vendor/bin/keep-a-changelog
  • If you have installed globally via Composer, and have added the Composer script path to your $PATH: keep-a-changelog.
  • If you have downloaded the PHAR file and put it in your $PATH: either keep-a-changelog.phar or, if you removed the .phar file extension, keep-a-changelog.

From here forward, we will use keep-a-changelog to invoke the command; substitute the appropriate command invocation based on your install.

You may get a list of commands by running:

$ keep-a-changelog

From there, you can get help for individual commands using:

$ keep-a-changelog help <command>

For more information, please visit the documentation.