(it’s a slightly niche economics thing). All went well, and it’s in Julia’s package Registry at version 1.0, which is also the GitHub release version.
Later I make a small change, so I bumped the version to 1.0.1 and resubmited to the registry via Julia Hub. The registration is rejected because I forgot to put a version number for a dependency in Project.toml
So I fixed that, bumped the version to 1.0.2 and resubmited. That one was rejected because version 1.0.2 is non-consecutive with v1.0.0. (I think what I should have done here is resubmit keeping the version at 1.01).
I put the version back to 1.0.1, resubmiedt, but that was rejected because I’ve already submitted a version 1.0.1.
Can anyone suggest how I get out of this? Should I try submit in a different, lower level, way than through JuliaHub. I’m finding all this rather confusing …