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anarcat opened this Issue Oct 4, 2018 · 3 comments

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anarcat commented Oct 4, 2018

It would be great if the GhostText project would tag releases in the git repository, preferably following the semantic versioning standard. This would make it easier for downstream distributions to follow your work and package the extension for our users.

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bfred-it commented Oct 5, 2018

Semantic version doesn't apply to extensions. The browser download the latest version, that's it. Every version is automatically deployed. The last commit of this project was 6 months ago so I don't see the problem.

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bfred-it commented Oct 5, 2018

If you can figure out how to set up Travis to create a nightly release (if there are any changes) then no problem, I'll accept a PR.

In Refined GitHub we set up a daily cron-job + a condition that checks if any commits were created in the last day:

https://github.com/sindresorhus/refined-github/blob/0903681cc9935f2299806acce531e0bf830bf8e3/.travis.yml#L18

https://github.com/sindresorhus/refined-github/blob/0903681cc9935f2299806acce531e0bf830bf8e3/package.json#L14

Either way the version wouldn't be "semantic"

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