It is useful to enforce that change files are checked in for each PR before they enter the target branch. In this way, all changes are captured and would affect semver appropriately. To check to make sure all changes are captured in change files, simply run:
$ beachball check
This command also checks for various types of misconfigurations that would result in problems when attempting to publish.
# Where Should Check Be Run?
# As a step in the PR review gate
Add a step
yarn checkchange in your PR validation build, where
checkchange is defined in
beachball check (with any appropriate options).
Note that in GitHub action workflows, you must specify
fetch-depth: 0 in the
checkout option. You can see a full example in beachball's own PR workflow (opens new window).
jobs: build: steps: - uses: actions/checkout@v2 with: fetch-depth: 0 - name: Use Node.js 12 uses: actions/setup-node@v1 with: node-version: 12 - yarn - yarn checkchange # build/test steps as appropriate
Another example, for Travis CI:
language: node_js node_js: - '12' script: - yarn - yarn checkchange # build/test steps as appropriate
# As git hook (optional)
For a reference of git hooks, take a look at this documentation (opens new window). It is recommended to place this hook as a pre-push.