Announces a previously prepared release
If you have a previously prepared release with
goreleaser release --prepare or
goreleaser release --split and published it with
goreleaser publish, you can use this command to announce it.
The idea is to prepare a release without publishing anything, assert the artifacts are correct (either automatically or not), publish it, and then, finally, announce it to your users.
Environment variables will be re-evaluated here, so make sure they are available to the announce command as well.
On the other hand, the GoReleaser configuration file will not be parsed again, which means you might need to specify the dist folder path if it is different than the default.
This subcommand is a GoReleaser Pro feature.
goreleaser announce [flags]
-d, --dist string dist folder to continue (default "./dist")
-h, --help help for announce
-k, --key string GoReleaser Pro license key [$GORELEASER_KEY]
--merge Merges multiple parts of a --split release
-p, --parallelism int Amount tasks to run concurrently (default: number of CPUs)
--skip strings Skip the given options (valid options are: after)
--timeout duration Timeout to the entire announce process (default 30m0s)
Options inherited from parent commands¶
--debug Enable verbose mode (deprecated)
--verbose Enable verbose mode
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