Getting close to hacking up conventional commit and semantic versioning utilities that don't depend on Lerna/Node

it should be generic to just git I think and have built in support for versioning the repo or folders within. Enforced conventional commits + a semver tool that tags the repo up like <folder>@<version>

other tools can grab the version info from git tags and do things like update the package.json, tag a docker image or publish a new version to a registry

currently I only see tools that are node/lerna specific and this seems to be all able to be baked into vanilla git

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I'm gonna try it and it is gonna depend on Node but only because that's the fastest way for me to make a cross-OS bin rn but it's gonna be generic to git still probably just wrap `git commit` and also add `git release` for the tagging

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