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bumpversion - Version-bump your software

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NAME

bumpversion - Version-bump your software

DESCRIPTION

usage: bumpversion [-h] [--config-file FILE] [--verbose] [--list]
[--allow-dirty] [--parse REGEX] [--serialize FORMAT] [--search SEARCH] [--replace REPLACE] [--current-version VERSION] [--dry-run] --new-version VERSION [--commit | --no-commit] [--tag | --no-tag] [--tag-name TAG_NAME] [--message COMMIT_MSG] part [file [file ...]]
bumpversion: v0.5.3 (using Python v3.4.3+)

positional arguments:

part
Part of the version to be bumped.
file
Files to change (default: [])

optional arguments:

-h, --help
show this help message and exit
--config-file FILE
Config file to read most of the variables from (default: .bumpversion.cfg)
--verbose
Print verbose logging to stderr (default: 0)
--list
List machine readable information (default: False)
--allow-dirty
Don't abort if working directory is dirty (default: False)
--parse REGEX
Regex parsing the version string (default: (?P<major>\d+)\.(?P<minor>\d+)\.(?P<patch>\d+))
--serialize FORMAT
How to format what is parsed back to a version (default: ['{major}.{minor}.{patch}'])
--search SEARCH
Template for complete string to search (default: {current_version})
--replace REPLACE
Template for complete string to replace (default: {new_version})
--current-version VERSION
Version that needs to be updated (default: None)
--dry-run, -n
Don't write any files, just pretend. (default: False)
--new-version VERSION
New version that should be in the files (default: None)
--commit
Commit to version control (default: False)
--no-commit
Do not commit to version control
--tag
Create a tag in version control (default: False)
--no-tag
Do not create a tag in version control
--tag-name TAG_NAME
Tag name (only works with --tag) (default: v{new_version})
--message COMMIT_MSG, -m COMMIT_MSG
Commit message (default: Bump version: {current_version} ??? {new_version})

SEE ALSO

The full documentation for bumpversion is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and bumpversion programs are properly installed at your site, the command
info bumpversion
should give you access to the complete manual.
November 2015 bumpversion 0.5.3