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publish meteor-tool is not picking up new files in the tools folder #2799

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rbabayoff opened this Issue Oct 11, 2014 · 6 comments

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rbabayoff commented Oct 11, 2014

So, for now, the workaround is to just modify existing ones.

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ekatek commented Oct 15, 2014

That's kind of weird... can you provide a reproduction?

We have definitely added files to the Meteor tool since the 0.9.x series began, so this is very confusing! :)

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rbabayoff commented Oct 15, 2014

I will. Can it be that if my new files are not comitted, they will not be
picked up when I publish the package?
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That's kind of weird... can you provide a reproduction?

We have definitely added files to the Meteor tool since the 0.9.x series
began, so this is very confusing! :)


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ekatek commented Oct 15, 2014

Publish-release doesn't integrate with github beyond trying to push a tag. So, I mean, I guess that might depend on some intrigacy of your setup, but probably not.

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rbabayoff commented Oct 15, 2014

It's not publish-release where it's not picked up, it's when I publish the meteor-tool package under my own account. For now, we cannot use publish-release --from-checkout due to limitations in the code. See my post on it in meteor-core:

https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/meteor-core/dhPfUUjYokU

Would love an answer on that too. Thanks!

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ekatek commented Oct 17, 2014

Hm, I can see how that might happen actually. Will try to have a fix out soon.

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ekatek commented Oct 20, 2014

Should be fixed on devel! (ETA: Regardless, the workaround is to delete the .build* directory in the packages/meteor-tool folder)

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