pb_release_create: Create a new release on GitHub repo

View source: R/pb_release_create.R

pb_release_createR Documentation

Create a new release on GitHub repo

Description

Create a new release on GitHub repo

Usage

pb_release_create(
  repo = guess_repo(),
  tag,
  commit = NULL,
  name = tag,
  body = "Data release",
  draft = FALSE,
  prerelease = FALSE,
  .token = gh::gh_token()
)

Arguments

repo

Repository name in format "owner/repo". Will guess the current repo if not specified.

tag

tag to create for this release

commit

Specifies the commit-ish value that determines where the Git tag is created from. Can be any branch or full commit SHA (not the short hash). Unused if the git tag already exists. Default: the repository's default branch (usually master).

name

The name of the release. Defaults to tag.

body

Text describing the contents of the tag. default text is "Data release".

draft

default FALSE. Set to TRUE to create a draft (unpublished) release.

prerelease

default FALSE. Set to TRUE to identify the release as a pre-release.

.token

GitHub authentication token, see [gh::gh_token()]

See Also

Other release_management: pb_release_delete()

Examples

## Not run: 
pb_release_create("cboettig/piggyback-tests", "v0.0.5")

## End(Not run)

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