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Make package available via MELPA stable #28

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camdez opened this Issue Nov 21, 2014 · 4 comments

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camdez commented Nov 21, 2014

Hi!

MELPA Stable is the new younger sibling of MELPA for users who'd rather run only stable versions of packages (MELPA can be a bit rocky since every commit comprises a new release), and it would be super cool if guide-key could be installed via Stable.

Fortunately it's also really easy to support—all you have to do is define a tag in the v... format and you're done. I'd submit a PR if I could, but since tags are global to a project, that's not something possible via PR.

If you're cool with this idea, this should be all you have to do to make it happen:

$ git tag v1.2.3 ed41a70c71526127c8b7b5b063bbb697505ecde7
$ git push origin v1.2.3

(Of course, confirm that ed41a70 is the appropriate commit for the release, but it's the one where the version number was bumped to 1.2.3 so I suspect it is.)

Thanks for your time and consideration!

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kai2nenobu commented Nov 29, 2014

I agree with you, but ver1.2.3 is a little old.
I'll follow a MELPA Stable convention in next release (maybe v1.2.4).

Thanks for you nice advice!

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camdez commented Nov 30, 2014

v1.2.4もいいです!ありがとうございます。

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kai2nenobu commented Dec 1, 2014

v1.2.4 is available now. Please try it!

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camdez commented Dec 2, 2014

Works great! Thanks again!

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