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The automated release is failing 馃毃 #212

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jameswlane opened this Issue May 25, 2018 · 12 comments

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

@jameswlane

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

@jameswlane

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

@jameswlane

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

@jameswlane

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

@jameswlane

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

@jameswlane

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

@jameswlane

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

@jameswlane

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jameswlane commented May 25, 2018

馃毃 The automated release from the master branch failed. 馃毃

I recommend you give this issue a high priority, so other packages depending on you could benefit from your bug fixes and new features.

You can find below the list of errors reported by semantic-release. Each one of them has to be resolved in order to automatically publish your package. I鈥檓 sure you can resolve this 馃挭.

Errors are usually caused by a misconfiguration or an authentication problem. With each error reported below you will find explanation and guidance to help you to resolve it.

Once all the errors are resolved, semantic-release will release your package the next time you push a commit the master branch. You can also manually restart the failed CI job that runs semantic-release.

If you are not sure how to resolve this, here is some links that can help you:

If those don鈥檛 help, or if this issue is reporting something you think isn鈥檛 right, you can always ask the humans behind semantic-release.


The push permission to the Git repository is required.

semantic-release cannot push the version tag to the branch master on remote Git repository.

Please refer to the authentication configuration documentation to configure the Git credentials on your CI environment.


Good luck with your project

Your semantic-release bot 馃摝馃殌

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