Am 17.10.2013 14:25, schrieb Andrej Mitrovic:
On 10/17/13, Sönke Ludwig <slud...@outerproduct.org> wrote:
Having a single compact name reduces the
chances for errors
Speaking of which, if I forget to add the license to a package file is
there any way to get this information from the server? I mean like a
page saying that my package was rejected because it's missing X or Y,
rather than having to guess whether the package file is bad or the
server is just temporarily overloaded.
Personally I think it would be better if we had a "dub publish"
command, which would then error back if the server rejects the
package, rather than make this whole process automated based on
searching github (I assume this is how the dub server works now).
When you log in on the website and then go to "My packages", you'll see
a table of all packages along with excerpts of possible errors. You can
then click on each package to see the full list of errors. There is also
a button to trigger a manual update after changes now, so that the usual
uncertain wait is not necessary anymore.