When you want to create a release tag, here is the process:

I use RELEASE_VERSION to represent the version to be released. The version must follow a format. For example, 0.2.3 is a valid release version, 0.2.3-SNAPSHOT is not a valid release version.

Step0: Function verification Checklist

  1. metrics Ui is updated correctly.
  2. submit a jar by UI can work correctly, custom config is effective, clock is advancing.
  3. Dynamic DAG functions normally.

Step1: Pre-release

  1. Modify CHANGELOG.md to add JIRA's

  2. Update version in docs/_config.yml

  3. Bump the gearpump version in version.sbt

    version in ThisBuild := "RELEASE_VERSION"
  4. Run dev-tools/create_apache_source_release.sh $GPG_KEY $GPG_PASSPHRASE

  5. svn add gearpump-* to https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/dev/incubator/gearpump/RELEASE_VERSION-incubating/RC[0-9]

  6. svn add KEYS to https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/dev/incubator/gearpump/

Step2: Release

  1. Create a tag by git tag RELEASE_VERSION
  2. git remote add upstream https://github.com/apache/incubator-gearpump
  3. git push upstream RELEASE_VERSION

Step3: Post-Release

  1. Bump the gearpump version in version.sbt

    version in ThisBuild := "NEXT_SNAPSHOT_VERSION"

    where NEXT_SNAPSHOT_VERSION must end with “-SNAPSHOT”. For example, 0.2.3-SNAPSHOT is a good snapshot version, 0.2.3 is NOT

  2. Create JIRA for new release

  3. Make PR with new release