@s-ui/changelog
CLI to retrieve a changelog from a set of dependencies
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sui-changelog

CLI to retrieve a changelog from a set of dependencies.

Description

The main aim of this package is to build a changelog file with all the last changes you get in your last installation within your project. Dependencies are retrieved by its scope in the node_modules folder, so you can customize the scopes to get the changelog data from.

Moreover, sui-changelog package runs a npm shrinkwrap in order to get the differences in the dependencies, and you can optionally run a phoenix command if you want to have a clean install before building your changelog.

Usage

Basic usage

Install node@11 with npm@6 in your env and run the following CLI command:

$ npx @s-ui/changelog

Or, if you want to save it in your project development dependencies:

$ npm install @s-ui/changelog --save-dev
$ sui-changelog

Optionally running a phoenix

If you feel more confortable having a clean install of your dependencies before retrieving the changelog, just set the -p, --phoenix option:

$ sui-changelog -p

Adding more scopes

By default, sui-changelog works only with @s-ui scoped packages, so if you want to add more scopes to your changelog, just add them in your project package.json file, the same way as the example below:

{
  "config": {
    "sui-changelog": {
      "scopes": ["@my-awesome-scope", "@another-scope"]
    }
  }
}

Retrieving data from private repositories

If you know you have some private respositories inside your set of dependencies, you should add a GitHub access token as an environment variable (as GITHUB_TOKEN) to make it work. Such token has to be added into your ~/.bash_profile file (or ~/.profile, or ~/.bashrc) like the following example:

export GITHUB_TOKEN="MY_AWESOME_GITHUB_PERSONAL_ACCESS_TOKEN"

You can get more information in this link to get the token: https://help.github.com/en/articles/creating-a-personal-access-token-for-the-command-line. If it's not provided, the changelog data for such package will be ignored.

Output

After triggering the CLI command sui-changelog we'll get new changes in our project. Firstly, current package version (package.json file) will be updated. Then, if it's the first time a new file named CHANGELOG.md will be added to your project, but if you already got it, a new hunk of changes will be added at the top of your file.

├── node_modules
    ├── @my-awesome-scope
    │   └── my-awesome-package // Package last changes will be retrieved from.
    ├── @another-scope
    │   └── another-scope-package // Other package last changes will be retrieved from.
    ├── eslint
    └── react
├── package.json // Modified with the new package version.
└── CHANGELOG.md // New or modified with the last changes.

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