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    posted a message on GitHub Webhooks

    To 1) ok, still think would be nice it would take as default the repo name case sensitive.

    To 2) Yes i see that information in the data which is sent via the webhook, but I dont see anywhere on github my email public, but may I am blind?

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    posted a message on GitHub Webhooks

    didnt have earlier time to test it again and did it today, it works now kinda, but there are 2 small problems.

    1) It creates the folder "easyplant" and not "EasyPlant", while that is no problem under windows it could lead to strange problems if playing under linux with wine because if someone had the addon installed and install the new version there would be now 2 folders with the same content and I could imagine that could lead to serious troubles, the packager should take the reponame and that case sensitive.

    2) the changelog is quite long taking all the changes into account being done since last push or so and additional it unreveal my email adress, that  at least shouldnt be showed in it, I think best would be to just show the tag message.

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    posted a message on GitHub Webhooks

    so far nothing appearing and i even tried to push a annotated tag to github

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    posted a message on GitHub Webhooks

    I did now a new commit and a new tag and pushed it will see if something will happen or not.

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    posted a message on GitHub Webhooks

    Ah that was missing in the guide that you need to enable it, thought the gibthub part is enough :-P

    Activated it now and redelivered the tag event will that trigger the packaging or do i need to push a real new tag?

    Not like a real change happened but I like to test it once to see if everything works, before changing all my addons to webhooks and do real updates with it.

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    posted a message on GitHub Webhooks

    How long it should take till the file appears on curseforge in the project under files?

    I setup a github repo:

    https://github.com/Dorwido/EasyPlant/

    Did all the things described in the link.

    changed the version number in the toc.xml so there is a change in file, did a git tag and pushed it, so far it is not appear at all on curseforge.

    Just wondering if it needs manual approval before it appears, being used from using curseforge git for WoW that those files appears instant and are approved autoamtic as well.

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    posted a message on Git repos

    Wondering why there are no git repos possible like on the wow curseforge site?

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