Please add semantic version tags. #12

digal opened this Issue Apr 19, 2012 · 5 comments


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digal commented Apr 19, 2012

I’ve recently created a pull request to add ParseKit to the CocoaPods package manager repo.

CocoaPods is a tool for managing dependencies for OSX and iOS Xcode projects and provides a central repository for iOS/OSX libraries. This makes adding libraries to a project and updating them extremely easy and it will help users to resolve dependencies of the libraries they use.

However, ParseKit doesn't have any version tags. I’ve added the current HEAD as version 0.0.1, but a version tag will make dependency resolution much easier.

Semantic version tags (instead of plain commit hashes/revisions) allow for resolution of cross-dependencies.

In case you didn’t know this yet; you can tag the current HEAD as, for instance, version 1.0.0, like so:

$ git tag -a 1.0.0 -m "Tag release 1.0.0"
$ git push --tags

Any chance this can be done? I'm using CocoaPods as well, and there are currently two versions there: 0.0.1 and 0.0.2. None of this reflect the latest master in Github, so I'm about to submit a new podspec for 0.0.3 with of the last commits. It would be great if the code were tagged, so we would use a proper version.

iotize commented Dec 27, 2012

Bumping this issue to see if we can get this resolved.

keith commented Dec 27, 2012



itod commented Mar 8, 2013

Sry for the delay. I just added a 0.5 tag. hope that helps :)

@itod itod closed this Mar 8, 2013


On Mar 8, 2013, at 4:27 PM, Todd Ditchendorf wrote:

Sry for the delay. I just added a 0.5 tag. hope that helps :)

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