[Spam] Re: [wp-hackers] Plugin Directory Bug

Jamie Talbot wphackers at jamietalbot.com
Wed Mar 21 02:13:13 GMT 2007

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Michael D Adams wrote:
> On Mar 19, 2007, at 3:46 AM, Jamie Talbot wrote:
>> Hi,
>> Not sure if anyone else has come across this, but a plugin of mine in
>> the plugin directory has a
>> subfolder, js, which isn't in the zipfile available for download.  In
>> its place is a file called
>> 'js' of zero bytes.  Might this be a bug in the packaging script?  The
>> plugin is Gengo, but I'm sure
>> there are lots more that have a similar subdirectory structure.
> Yes, this is a bug that's being looked at now.  Apologies for the
> inconvenience.

Sorry for the slow response, but just wanted to say thanks for looking into this.

>> I think this has also been raised before, but is it intended that the
>> download link will always
>> package from trunk?
> You're in control on this one.  In the readme file in trunk, you should
> specify the "Stable Tag".  You can read all about the readme format in
> the "meta readme file":
> http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/about/readme.txt

Excellent, thanks.  The readme format I was using was over a year old from when Matt initially
raised the possibility!


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