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Pascal Berger
@pascalberger
@gep13 I didn't do much on GitVersion lately, but if you want you can add me
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
:+1:
Matthias Koch
@matkoch
any chance for a release package soon?
Stanley Goldman
@StanleyGoldman
:wave:
I wanted to use GitVersion in GitHub Actions and was naively using Ubuntu to build my .net core application in GitHub Actions, and realized that I needed to install it for Ubuntu
So I started making a GitHub Action that would install GitVersion so I could then use it in further GitHub Actions
I was encouraged by the 5.1.1 release: https://github.com/GitTools/GitVersion/releases/tag/5.1.1
because it was the first to have artifacts for each OS
I then realized that GitVersion is included by default with Windows based GitHub Actions
I still wanted what I wanted when I wanted it, so I created a GitHub Action for mac and linux that would install GitVersion 5.1.1
It was really just me wanting to know how to make a GitHub Action at that point
Stanley Goldman
@StanleyGoldman
all that said, I'm going to open the proper pull requests, to get GitVersion v5.1.1 included by default for linux and mac GitHub Actions
Mattias Karlsson
@devlead
Interesting🤔
Stanley Goldman
@StanleyGoldman
I'll link any future work in case you guys are still interested ;)
this is what makes it available to windows GitHub Actions
this is the issue i opened to get it added to mac/linux
and the PR
Artur
@arturcic
@StanleyGoldman have you considered to install the gitversion global tool instead? As .net ask is already installed on those images and can run the tool. Basically you could have something similar to https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=gittools.usegitversion
.net SDK
Stanley Goldman
@StanleyGoldman
yea, i definitely saw that
There are so many ways to use GitVersion, which is definitely great
i just always felt partial to using it on the command line
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@StanleyGoldman just to confirm... The Global Tool absolutley works from the command line.
Stanley Goldman
@StanleyGoldman
hey @gep13 :wave:... allow me to try again
lol :smile:
in the latest version of GitHub Actions, the new script-able CI system from GitHub
allows for Windows, Mac and Linux environments
on Windows environments, GitVersion is already installed by way of choco
on Mac and Linux environments, GitVersion is not
I'm currently migrating a pet project from AppVeyor to GitHub Actions, wanted to use linux, and I did not have choco by default on linux
Stanley Goldman
@StanleyGoldman
I responded by creating a GitHub Action that installs GitVersion in linux and mac: https://github.com/StanleyGoldman/setup-gitversion
After conversing with some coworkers, a maintainer of libgit2 also felt himself in the same corner, and implemented one for himself: https://github.com/ethomson/setup-gitversion
I realize it would be better to get GitVersion's command line tool installed into GitHub Actions for Linux and Mac environments
if nothing else, but for the sake of parity
i hope i've made sense of my verbal thought diarrhea earlier...
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
Yip, it totally makes sense to get GitVersion installed by default on the base images that ship as part of GitHub Actions. I think there is still some merit in having a GitHub Action that installs the GitVersion .Net Global Tool though. That way, when using another image to run your GitHub Actions, you have the ability to install GitVersion on any OS that has .Net Core installed.
Stanley Goldman
@StanleyGoldman
hmm, i think i'm starting to see your point
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
:+1:
רום חביב
@romhaviv_gitlab
Hi, does anyone have experience with GitVersionTask Nuget by any chance?
if so I have struggled with this for a while: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58714174/gitversion-nuget-version-to-include-sha
in short, I'm trying to format my NugetVersion instead of using the default, by adding -{ShortSha} in the end (to versions with prefix)
Rodney Littles II
@RLittlesII

I am seeing a weird issue with hotfix branches.

GitVersion seems to break with an Object Reference error when I create hotfix/v1.2.1 naming conventions.

Is this normal? Should the name I use for a hotfix branch matter? Seems if I rename the branch at the head after a given commit and push again everything works.

If I am missing something in the docs, I apologize. I am not above reading the manual.

Mattias Karlsson
@devlead
Does it work if you skip the v just hotfix/1.2.1 ?
Rodney Littles II
@RLittlesII

Yes. And being fair the first push to this branch works fine, its only subsequent ones that fail.

I am testing that additional pushes to the hotfix/1.2.1 functions as expected.

Rodney Littles II
@RLittlesII
@devlead I used hotfix/assets the first push was fine. The second caused an error. I am going to submit an issue with the output.