I needed a way to auto-tag my release when I’m modifying the AssemblyInfo.cs file in my C# application.
I created a pre-commit, post-commit and simple version.sh file to do so:
The version.sh contain which file need to be monitored. When this file is changed and part of the commit, the new version will be extracted. (please be sure you only have one
in your Assembly file). The version need to be specified as shown (X.X.X.X) where the last X is the build version (that I let Visual Studio manage and don’t consider relevant for a tag).
Check for version change, if it’s the case, change also the version the appveyor.yml file and add it to the commit.
If the version change, add a new tag using the commit message and the version extracted from the AssemblyInfo.cs file.
Credits to entreprehero for the image
12th April 2016 at 18:09
Does this mean this works only on linux? Or are this scripts run on github .com gruns on linux they are running there…
12th April 2016 at 19:37
It works on windows, but you need the Git for Windows