Try making a new commit then pushing a tag. I was able to get it to package using a test project.
Oh so it's working now?
So it's still not working for me. Although everything looks good under the 'Recent Deliveries' for my webhook. Could this be related to the fact that my project on CurseForge is still awaiting moderator approval?
I've just been informed that the deploy won't be happening tonight. I'll update here tomorrow.
Alright thanks for the update. It would be awesome to have this up today, just in time for some weekend dev. ;)
What are some of the best resources for addon developers that you know of? I'm pretty sure everyone knows about WildStarNASA and their wiki, but what other resources have you found? One thing I haven't been able to find is community driven documentation. I know there are a lot of wikis which list method names and have some info, but nothing really being populated by the active W* addon community.
We're pushing out an update tonight that handles lightweight tags; it was actually ready to go about an hour ago, but an unrelated issue pushed it out a bit. I'll post here with an update when it's live.
Awesome. Thanks Torhal!
Thanks for the response Torhal. I've tried it with an annotated tag as well, still a no go. So possibly just a general issue with GitHub hooks?
I'd really recommend not requiring annotated tags. The GitHub webhooks do in fact fire off of the lightweight tags, which should be everything needed to actually let CF know about a new version.
I've setup my project to use GitHub webhooks to package my tagged commits as specified on this page: http://wildstar.curseforge.com/docs/packaging. My question is how long does it usually take for the files to upload on the CurseForge project page? It's been about 20 minutes since I tagged my first release and still nothing.
Just in case it is helpful, my project is here: http://wildstar.curseforge.com/ws-addons/222916-vocalcombat. At the time of this post it's still awaiting initial moderation for approval and I set it up as "experimental". So it would make sense if that was a factor in this. I'm just trying to figure out what to expect at this point and as I move forward.