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Discussion on check-consistency

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Hi, I’ve doubt on how check-consistency flag works.

Steps to reproduce

  1. have a project managed with poetry, with a pyproject.toml like the following
    name = "cool_proj"
    version = "2.5.7"    <<<< this is mandatory for poetry to make the package
    name = "cz_conventional_commits"
    version = "2.5.2"   <<<< this is mandatory for commitizen
    version_files = [

and contains

__version__ = "2.5.2"
  1. run poetry run cz bump --check-consistency

Current behavior

the command works, it prints on stdout

Bump version: 2.5.2 -> 2.5.3        <<< it takes the value from commitizen's toml section
tag to create: 2.5.3

Desired behavior

the expected could be a warning about version not consistent, because at least content of differ from the expected (the one into commitizen’s toml section).

looking at implementation, also the regex usage has major drawback in this kind of setup, because the regex surely find commitizen’s “version” attribute, but it can miss the poetry’s one, creating package with wrong number (it’s taken from poetry section).


No response


  • commitizen 2.34.0
  • python 3.9.13
  • windows 11

Issue Analytics

  • State:open
  • Created a year ago
  • Comments:5 (5 by maintainers)

github_iconTop GitHub Comments

woilecommented, Sep 26, 2022

I agree with @Lee-W , I think the current pattern is flexible enough. If you go on the route to support each extension (which is an endless route), it will become a huge burden to maintain. We’d like the tool to remain as general as possible and support any file. A possible regex that solves this could be:

version_files = [

Which would match this toml properly:

name = "foo"
version = "1.2.3"

version = "1.2.3"

In my experience most of the time doing ^version has been enough, and I haven’t used check-consistency much.

I do agree the check-consistency is problematic for this case. But in a way if you have commitizen and poetry under the same toml and your regex is pyproject.toml:^version, the regex pattern will pick any of the present words, because that’s what we are telling it to do. I think one option is to use .cz.toml or go for a stronger regex.

Lee-Wcommented, Sep 26, 2022

This sounds to be a great solution. But I’m a bit worried about the maintenance cost and inconsistency between each format. @woile What do you think?

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