I would like your input on how to best release pom, parent module and a group of submodules using Bamboo and jgitflow release.
I have completed setting up the maven build deploy in the Build stage, and the outputs are the pom, parent module and submodules artifacts with version-SNAPSHOT.
Next plan is to look at the jgitflow to release the individual projects pom, and parent + subprojects.
1. I have done the SSh setup and now I'm stuck here on how to handle the version release of the project pom.
When I ran "mvn jgitflow:release-start", it prompt user for the release version and development version. Can I skip the interactive and accept the default versions ?
2) If the above is not possible, another approach is to use <releaseVersion> and <developmentVersion>.but how do I get the two versions?
Any other suggestion is appreciated.
Alternatively, I'd like to add three optional arguments for this non-interactive goal:
* incrementMajor : if set, will not ask for a version number, increment the major number and set to 0 the minor and patch numbers
* incrementMinor : if set, will not ask for a version number, increment the minor number and set to 0 the patch number
* incrementPatch : if set, will not ask for a version number, increment the patch number
Based on https://semver.org/ semantic versioning.
* With the SSH problem on Windows, all developers can't execute the release-start goal => we need to automate it on GitLab
* On GitLab, there is no parameter to be passed to pipelines we run manually, so I'd create 3 pipelines:
** "Start a major release"
** "Start a minor release"
** "Start a patch release"
All setting the correct parameters for the release start to be done without any prompt.
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