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Subject [incubator-zipkin-brave] branch master updated: Adds release instructions
Date Sun, 16 Jun 2019 07:24:19 GMT
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adriancole pushed a commit to branch master
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The following commit(s) were added to refs/heads/master by this push:
     new df94fd2  Adds release instructions
df94fd2 is described below

commit df94fd237e2f3958b794957728d7fc2d7828dea5
Author: Adrian Cole <>
AuthorDate: Sun Jun 16 15:24:06 2019 +0800

    Adds release instructions
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+# Zipkin Release Process
+This repo uses semantic versions. Please keep this in mind when choosing version numbers.
+1. **Alert others you are releasing**
+   There should be no commits made to master while the release is in progress (about 10 minutes).
Before you start
+   a release, alert others on [gitter]( so that they
don't accidentally merge
+   anything. If they do, and the build fails because of that, you'll have to recreate the
release tag described below.
+1. **Push a git tag**
+   The tag should be of the format `release-N.M.L`, for example `release-3.7.1`.
+1. **Wait for Travis CI**
+   This part is controlled by [`travis/`](travis/ It creates a bunch
of new commits, bumps
+   the version, publishes artifacts and syncs to Maven Central.
+## Credentials
+Credentials of various kind are needed for the release process to work. If you notice something
+failing due to unauthorized, re-encrypt them using instructions at the bottom of the `.travis.yml`
+Ex You'll see comments like this:
+  global:
+  # Ex. travis encrypt BINTRAY_USER=your_github_account
+  - secure: "VeTO...
+To re-encrypt, you literally run the commands with relevant values and replace the "secure"
key with the output:
+$ travis encrypt BINTRAY_USER=adrianmole
+Please add the following to your .travis.yml file:
+  secure: "mQnECL+dXc5l9wCYl/wUz+AaYFGt/1G31NAZcTLf2RbhKo8mUenc4hZNjHCEv+4ZvfYLd/NoTNMhTCxmtBMz1q4CahPKLWCZLoRD1ExeXwRymJPIhxZUPzx9yHPHc5dmgrSYOCJLJKJmHiOl9/bJi123456="
+### Troubleshooting invalid credentials
+If you receive a '401 unauthorized' failure from jCenter or Bintray, it is
+likely `BINTRAY_USER` or `BINTRAY_KEY` entries are invalid, or possibly the user
+associated with them does not have rights to upload.
+The least destructive test is to try to publish a snapshot manually. By passing
+the values Travis would use, you can kick off a snapshot from your laptop. This
+is a good way to validate that your unencrypted credentials are authorized.
+Here's an example of a snapshot deploy with specified credentials.
+$ BINTRAY_USER=adrianmole BINTRAY_KEY=ed6f20bde9123bbb2312b221 TRAVIS_PULL_REQUEST=false
+## First release of the year
+The license plugin verifies license headers of files include a copyright notice indicating
the years a file was affected.
+This information is taken from git history. There's a once-a-year problem with files that
include version numbers (pom.xml).
+When a release tag is made, it increments version numbers, then commits them to git. On the
first release of the year,
+further commands will fail due to the version increments invalidating the copyright statement.
The way to sort this out is
+the following:
+Before you do the first release of the year, move the SNAPSHOT version back and forth from
whatever the current is.
+In-between, re-apply the licenses.
+$ ./mvnw versions:set -DnewVersion=1.3.3-SNAPSHOT -DgenerateBackupPoms=false
+$ ./mvnw com.mycila:license-maven-plugin:format
+$ ./mvnw versions:set -DnewVersion=1.3.2-SNAPSHOT -DgenerateBackupPoms=false
+$ git commit -am"Adjusts copyright headers for this year"
+## Manually releasing
+If for some reason, you lost access to CI or otherwise cannot get automation to work, bear
in mind this is a normal maven project, and can be released accordingly. The main thing to
understand is that libraries are not GPG signed here (it happens at bintray), and also that
there is a utility to synchronise to maven central. Note that if for some reason [bintray
is down](, the below will not work.
+# First, set variable according to your personal credentials. These would normally be decrypted
from .travis.yml
+# now from latest master, prepare the release. We are intentionally deferring pushing commits
+./mvnw --batch-mode -s ./.settings.xml -Prelease -nsu -DreleaseVersion=$VERSION -Darguments="-DskipTests
-Dlicense.skip=true" release:prepare  -DpushChanges=false
+# once this works, deploy and synchronize to maven central
+git checkout $VERSION
+./mvnw --batch-mode -s ./.settings.xml -Prelease -nsu -DskipTests deploy
+./mvnw --batch-mode -s ./.settings.xml -nsu -N io.zipkin.centralsync-maven-plugin:centralsync-maven-plugin:sync
+# if all the above worked, clean up stuff and push the local changes.
+./mvnw release:clean
+git checkout master
+git push
+git push --tags

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