Release a tagged version? #146

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phillbaker opened this Issue Aug 21, 2012 · 9 comments

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@phillbaker

Any chance a committer could tag and push a version? As mentioned in kif-framework/KIF#114, for @CocoaPods, released versions would be very helpful.

@paweldudek

That's a +1 on that. @CocoaPods does not accept new versions (at least ones that are not created by project developers) that are not based on a tag. Adding tags would make it super easy to create cocoapods versions. Especially since the latest KIF pod is quite outdated (over 5 months).

@efirestone
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Any suggestions on a commonly used tagging format?

On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 6:47 AM, Pawel Dudek notifications@github.comwrote:

That's a +1 on that. @CocoaPods https://github.com/CocoaPods does not
accept new versions (at least ones that are not created by project
developers) that are not based on a tag. Adding tags would make it super
easy to create cocoapods versions. Especially since the latest KIF pod is
quite outdated (over 5 months).


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHubhttps://github.com/square/KIF/issues/146#issuecomment-8854718.

@paweldudek

Cocoapods recommend using semver for tags (aka versioning through tags in git). You can read more here. Just scroll down through the enormously long list till you reach readme.

@phillbaker

Specifically, a tag of anything greater than 0.0.1, since untagged repos get 0.0.1 as an initial version in Cocoapods.

@efirestone, if you could tag and push, I can push an updated Podspec.

@phillbaker

As a concrete example, Urban Airship has quite a few tags, see: https://github.com/urbanairship/ios-library/tags.

@percysnoodle
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+1 on this - I've just discovered it after filing #164.

@cdmwebs
cdmwebs commented Nov 14, 2012

+1. Tags would be swell.

@peterdeweese

+1

@bnickel
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bnickel commented Sep 8, 2013

Done as part of #231. Podspec pull request here: CocoaPods/Specs#3973

@bnickel bnickel closed this Sep 8, 2013
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