I have 80+ addons installed (not all enabled though) and i hate having to manually check EACH of them because of this Twitch App bug
is there any usable alternative to the Curse/Twitch app that uses data from curseforge?
i thought of Wowmatrix as a possible alternative but after looking into it i don't like it - their site downloads and runs binary exe files over a plain http:// link even if the web site itself is served via https - their exe files are not even signed digitally and can be intercepted and replaced or injected with malware on-the-fly = they provide the perfect attack vector for infecting PCs
This happened to me too. What I did to resolve it was the changelog.txt I had included in the .zip I uploaded, I forgot to update it. So, I changed the .toc version, but the changelog.txt was identical to previous version. It was like Curse decided that since the changelog was identical, it didn't need to push a new update, even though file was uploaded.
So, I just saved a new changelog with updates, and then re-uploaded, and within 5 minutes it was approved and ready for download.
odd thing is.... pretty much all issues started on August31st/September 1st, as if someone suddenly pulled a plug on the company and we haven't had any official statement from Curse / Twitch staff about this.
The mods.curse.com synchronization job is experiencing some technical difficulties at the moment which require manual synchronization from CurseForge at regular intervals, so longer delays should be expected. I currently have no ETA on a fix for this, so please be patient. Sorry for the inconvenience!
would it be possible to tweak the layout on curseforge so that on the left of the small envelope icon on top-right the site shows the timestamp (UTC) of the last successful sync job (either automatic or manual) and the current status of it? - running/waiting for next scheduled time/crashed/ssl cert expired/etc.?
Just so we don't wait around wondering what's going on
and only show this info on mods.curseforge, not on curse.com