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npm version x --force?
Hi! We are using a weird versioning scheme which is not semver.
$ npm version --force 20.30.00.1 npm WARN using --force I sure hope you know what you are doing. npm ERR! npm version [<newversion> | major | minor | patch | premajor | preminor | prepatch | prerelease [--preid=<prerelease-id>] | from-git] npm ERR! (run in package dir) npm ERR! 'npm -v' or 'npm --version' to print npm version (6.4.1) npm ERR! 'npm view <pkg> version' to view a package's published version npm ERR! 'npm ls' to inspect current package/dependency versions
I’d like to bump the version in the package.json, package-lock.json and do a git tag at the same time. I’m curious as to how to do this?
version command is expecting a semver. The documentation mentions this more explicitly than the error message, and also explains the
--force flag is for skipping the check that the git directory is clean.