Publishes a previously prepared release
If you have a previously prepared release (run with
goreleaser release --prepare), you can use this command to publish it.
The idea is to prepare a release without publishing anything, assert the artifacts are correct (either automatically or not), and then, finally, publish the release and its artifacts.
Environment variables will be re-evaluated here, so make sure they are available to the publish command as well.
This subcommand is GoReleaser Pro feature.
goreleaser publish [flags]
-d, --dist string dist folder to continue (default "./dist") -h, --help help for publish -k, --key string GoReleaser Pro license key [$GORELEASER_KEY] -p, --parallelism int Amount tasks to run concurrently (default: number of CPUs) --skip-after Skips global after hooks --timeout duration Timeout to the entire publish process (default 30m0s)
Options inherited from parent commands¶
--debug Enable debug mode
- goreleaser - Deliver Go binaries as fast and easily as possible