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When trying to access: https://docs.github.com/rest/reference/repos#get-the-latest-release
Is this project handling releases in a way that would break the GitHub API?
Is that intentional, or an issue of no one being aware?
Would be nice to be able to automate notification/upgrade for the latest released version, via the GitHub API.
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The Go project provides an API for listing releases at https://golang.org/dl/?mode=json (also see #34864). It does not use GitHub releases at this time. It does use git tags, which are mirrored from the canonical https://go.googlesource.com/go source repository, so you could detect those.
I'm not aware if there's another issue tracking this. It could be a reasonable feature request to consider, but not a high priority at this time.
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Oh, I found an existing issue, so closing as duplicate of #15966.
Thanks for the information, about ?mode=json URL. It sucks that it's another schema to parse-out, but it's better than parsing the HTML.
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