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The repository for ParseKit has moved to GitHub but does not support semantic versioning, despite ancient requests for it. There are currently two versions that link to old SVN revisions: 0.0.1 and 0.0.2.
Would it be blasphemous to add a 0.0.3 tag which links to the latest revision, or to the latest commit?
Has much changed since the last spec was configured? Just based off time stamps the 0.0.2 spec has been messed with (although not significantly) 5 months ago and the most recent commit on the github repo was 4 months ago. I'm not opposed to the idea since the author seems to be awall, just want to make sure it's worth it.
The problem I noticed is that the Podspec does not use the GitHub repository as the source. It links to revision 73 in the SVN repository. There have been 200 revisions since then. I can't find a changelog, but I think that's a pretty good indication that there have been at least a few updates.
Haha I noticed that. It looks like the SVN source gets a lot more action:
Node Kind: directory
Last Changed Author: todd.ditchendorf
Last Changed Rev: 272
Last Changed Date: 2012-12-09 19:14:50 -0500 (Sun, 09 Dec 2012)
I think it would be a good idea to go ahead and create a 0.0.3 spec. Would you be willing to submit an updated spec?
I've submitted a pull request. Thanks for the help.
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