The release process of Task is done with the help of GoReleaser. You can test the release process locally by calling the
test-release task of the Taskfile.
GitHub Actions should release artifacts automatically when a new Git tag is pushed to
main branch (raw executables and DEB and RPM packages).
Since v3.15.0, raw executables can also be reproduced and verified locally by checking out a specific tag and calling
goreleaser build, using the Go version defined in the above GitHub Actions.
Goreleaser will automatically push a new commit to the Formula/go-task.rb file in the Homebrew tap repository to release the new version.
To release to npm update the version in the
package.json file and then run
task npm:publish to push it.
The snap package requires to manual steps to release a new version:
- Updating the current version on snapcraft.yaml.
- Moving both
arm64new artifacts to the stable channel on the Snapcraft dashboard.
Scoop is a command-line package manager for the Windows operating system. Scoop package manifests are maintained by the community. Scoop owners usually take care of updating versions there by editing this file. If you think its Task version is outdated, open an issue to let us know.
Nix is a community owned installation method. Nix package maintainers usually take care of updating versions there by editing this file. If you think its Task version is outdated, open an issue to let us know.