I receive a message that my AllPlayed project was being place on the inactive list. I was able to make a change and commit it to show that the project is alive but I can't tag it to generate a new release. I get an access denied error.
First, I received a mail from curse-forge telling something had happened with the daily script and what not so I figured I should try again without changing anything, it didn't work.
I went on the site to change my password and saw a comment from a user telling me that the ZIP generated was corrupted. I did a new commit to generate a new ZIP file and verify that the ZIP was now working.
I did a new attempt at tagging and got another access denied.
I change the password -> other access denied.
I looked around and somehow manage not to find the tag menu. I found the edit file menu instead, renamed the file name to v30000-3-Release and told WoWAce that it was a release file. That work except that the ZIP file on Curse is named r155 instead of v30000-3-Release. Added bonus, the nolib wass not generated. I decided to call it a day.
Anyways, next time I'll use the tagging system since Orion was kind enough to point it me :rolleyes:. It still annoys me that I can't tag it using my SVN client like I've always done before. Do you guys think it's a bug or is it a new "functionality" of the site?
I'm also having a problem with tagging my project. I'm trying to tag from "svn://firstname.lastname@example.org/wow/surgeon-general/mainline/trunk" to "svn://email@example.com/wow/surgeon-general/mainline/tags/1.3.1". I'm using TortoiseSVN and have never had a problem using the Branch/Tag functionality before. I've already tried to change my authorization password and that didn't resolve the issue. Does anybody have any other suggestions?
I was able to tag via the web interface, but it would still be nice to be able to tag via SVN.