I released some days ago a new stable version of a package.
The TagBot created the tag correctly, but the docs of the stable version were not released, and keep pointing to the previous version. The CI run of the documentation did not show any error: CI run
The only thing that I noticed is that the latest version
0.4.10 appears before the other versions in this list, where it seems that the versions are been scanned for deployment:
From github.com:m3g/ComplexMixtures * [new branch] gh-pages -> upstream/gh-pages * [new branch] master -> upstream/master * [new tag] v0.4.10 -> v0.4.10 * [new tag] 0.0.188 -> 0.0.188 * [new tag] 0.0.190 -> 0.0.190 ... * [new tag] v0.4.5 -> v0.4.5 * [new tag] v0.4.6 -> v0.4.6 * [new tag] v0.4.7 -> v0.4.7 * [new tag] v0.4.8 -> v0.4.8 * [new tag] v0.4.9 -> v0.4.9
and then it ends with:
┌ Warning: removing `stable` and linking `stable` to `v0.4.9`. └ @ Documenter ~/.julia/packages/Documenter/3Y8Kg/src/Documenter.jl:679 ┌ Warning: removing `v0.4` and linking `v0.4` to `v0.4.9`. └ @ Documenter ~/.julia/packages/Documenter/3Y8Kg/src/Documenter.jl:679
For some reason
0.4.10 is not being published.
Recently I updated the TagBot.yml to follow the new guidelines provided here, I am not sure if that has something to do with the problem.
Anyone has any hint on what can be wrong? Thank you.