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Consider adding MELPA-compatible tags #22

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ccharles opened this Issue Sep 13, 2014 · 7 comments

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ccharles commented Sep 13, 2014

yaml-mode has several releases, but unfortunately uses a tag naming scheme that is incompatible with MELPA's logic for identifying stable packages:

Stable Packages

MELPA now includes a mechanism to build stable versions of packages given that the repositories meet the following criteria,

  1. Hosted using git or hg.
  2. Tag names are version strings compatible parseable by the version-to-list function, optionally prefixed with v, v. or v-.

Your release tags are prefixed with release-, making MELPA not recognize them. The rest of the version string is already compatible with version-to-list:

(version-to-list "0.0.10")
=> (0 0 10)

Please consider

  1. adding a second MELPA-compatible tag, e.g. v-0.0.10, to the latest release so that MELPA stable will build it, and
  2. using MELPA-compatible tags for future releases.
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rnkn commented Sep 15, 2014

+1

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ccharles commented Oct 8, 2014

I would happily contribute a pull request to implement this change, but apparently pull requests do not include tags. Since this issue is nothing but a request to add a tag I'm not sure if there's anything else that I can do.

Is there any way that I can do to help to make this change happen?

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camdez commented Nov 21, 2014

+1

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amirrajan commented Nov 21, 2014

+1

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yoshiki commented Nov 25, 2014

Now I added tag v0.0.10 to lastest release,
and I will use MELPA-compatible tags for future releases.

Is there something that I have to do?

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ccharles commented Nov 25, 2014

Great, thanks @yoshiki!

Since yaml-mode was alread in regular MELPA there is nothing else that you have to do. yaml-mode is now available in MELPA stable.

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camdez commented Nov 25, 2014

Thanks a ton!

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