[wp-hackers] Plug-in Repository Structure
peter.westwood at ftwr.co.uk
Thu Mar 3 16:02:38 UTC 2011
On 3 Mar 2011, at 15:57, Chip Bennett wrote:
> Perhaps I'm just slow this morning (it wouldn't be the first time), but I
> don't understand the problem.
> Say your stable Plugin version is 3.1.
> You have plugins.svn.wordpress.org\plugin-slug\tags\3.1\<plugin files>
> Then in plugins.svn.wordpress.org\plugin-slug\trunk\ you have:
> - Development versions of <plugin files>
> - Development version of readme.txt, with the header tag "Stable Tag: 3.1"
> The Extend readme parser sees the "Stable Tag: 3.1", *quits parsing
> \trunk\readme.txt, and begins parsing \tags\3.1\readme.txt*.
> So, you can continue to maintain your development version of readme.txt,
> without any risk of "development" information being displayed prematurely in
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