Based on the packager log it seemed to be stuck trying to package an old tag (where I was attempting to get it to pull libraries from GitHub over SVN), so I deleted that tag and pushed to the Curse repo, but it seems completely oblivious and hasn't even tried to run again.
The packager is fine, its packaging all the things you give it to package.
Its doing exactly what you told it to do, is all. Although it sometimes gets confused when it has so many tags to process at once.
Once its done, just push another new tag on top, and at your own discretion delete the files you never wanted to have in the first place.
Just be careful what you push, the packager just works through whatever list you give it. Git isn't for everyone, apparently!
I did exactly this. The packager now incrementally thinks the latest release is 3.1.16, 3.1.17, 3.1.18, etc., every time I make and push a new tag. I don't really see how this has anything to do with Git, but I guess that's just me.