auto - Generate releases based on semantic version labels on pull requests.

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CI/CD helpers for github releases. Generate releases based on semantic version labels on pull requests. Visit the docs for more information.

https://intuit.github.io/auto/home.html
https://github.com/intuit/auto

Dependencies:

@hutson/set-npm-auth-token-for-ci : ^3.0.2
@octokit/rest : ^16.13.1
chalk : ^2.4.2
chrome-webstore-upload-cli : ^1.2.0
command-line-args : ^5.0.2
command-line-usage : ^5.0.5
cosmiconfig : 5.0.7
deepmerge : ^3.1.0
dotenv : ^6.2.0
enquirer : ^2.3.0
get-monorepo-packages : ^1.1.0
gitlog : ^3.1.2
is-ci : ^2.0.0
node-fetch : 2.3.0
parse-author : ^2.0.0
parse-commit-message : 4.0.0
parse-github-url : 1.0.2
registry-url : 4.0.0
semver : ^5.6.0
signale : ^1.3.0
tapable : ^2.0.0-beta.2
typescript-memoize : ^1.0.0-alpha.3
url-join : ^4.0.0

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