This repository contains a complete implementation of a
Version struct that conforms to the rules of semantic versioning which are described at semver.org.
Add the following dependency to your
.package(url: "https://github.com/sersoft-gmbh/semver.git", from: "2.0.0"),
You can create a version like this:
let version = Version(major: 1, minor: 2, patch: 3, prerelease: "beta", metadata: "exp", "test") // metadata could also be ["exp, test"] version.versionString() // -> "1.2.3-beta+exp.test"
Of course there are simpler ways:
let initialRelease = Version(major: 1) initialRelease.versionString() // -> "1.0.0" let minorRelease = Version(major: 2, minor: 1) minorRelease.versionString() // -> "2.1.0" let patchRelease = Version(major: 3, minor: 2, patch: 1) patchRelease.versionString() // -> "3.2.1"
As seen in above's examples, there's a func to return a string represenation of a
versionString(formattedWith options: FormattingOptions = default) function allows to retrieve a formatted string using the options passed. By default the full version is returned.
The following options currently exist:
0, it won't be added to the version string.
0, only the
majornumber is added. Requires
.dropTrailingZeros: A convenience combination of
prereleaseis not empty, it is added to the version string.
metadatais not empty, it is added to the version string.
.fullVersion: A convenience combination of
.includeMetadata. The default if you don't pass anything to
let version = Version(major: 1, minor: 2, patch: 3, prerelease: "beta", metadata: "exp", "test") version.versionString(formattedWith: .includePrerelease]) // -> "1.2.3-beta" version.versionString(formattedWith: .includeMetadata) // -> "1.2.3+exp.test" version.versionString(formattedWith: ) // -> "1.2.3" let version2 = Version(major: 2) version2.versionString(formattedWith: .dropPatchIfZero) // -> "2.0" version2.versionString(formattedWith: .dropTrailingZeros) // -> "2"
Version can also be created from a String. All Strings created by the
versionString func should result in the same
Version they were created from:
let version = Version(major: 1, minor: 2, patch: 3, prerelease: "beta", metadata: "exp", "test") let str = version.versionString() // -> "1.2.3-beta+exp.test" let recreatedVersion = Version(str) // recreatedVersion is Optional<Version> recreatedVersion == version // -> true
Version can also be compared to other versions. This also follows the rules of semantic versioning. This means that
metadata has no effect on comparing at all. This also means that a version with and without metadata are treated as equal:
let versionWithMetadata = Version(major: 1, minor: 2, patch: 3, metadata: "exp", "test") let versionWithoutMetadata = Version(major: 1, minor: 2, patch: 3) versionWithMetadata == versionWithoutMetadata // -> true
Otherwise, comparing two
Version's basically compares their major/minor/patch numbers. A
Version with a
prerelease is ordered before a the same version without
let prereleaseVersion = Version(major: 1, minor: 2, patch: 3, prerelease: "beta") let finalVersion = Version(major: 1, minor: 2, patch: 3) prereleaseVersion < finalVersion // -> true
Version performs some validity checks on its fields. This means, that no negative numbers are allowed for
patch. Also, the
metadata Strings must only contain alphanumeric characters plus
- (hyphen). However, to keep working with
Version production-safe, these rules are only checked in non-optimized builds (using
assert()). The result of using not allowed numbers / characters in optimized builds is undetermined. While calling
versionString() very likely won't break, it certainly won't be possible to recreate a version containing invalid numbers / characters using
init(_ description: String).
The API is documented using header doc. If you prefer to view the documentation as a webpage, there is an online version available for you.
If you find a bug / like to see a new feature in SemVer there are a few ways of helping out:
- If you can fix the bug / implement the feature yourself please do and open a PR!
- If you know how to code (which you probably do), please add a (failing) test and open a PR. We'll try to get your test green ASAP.
- If you can't do neither, then open an issue. While this might be the easiest way, it will likely take the longest for the bug to be fixed / feature to be implemented.
See LICENSE file.
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