pushed a new version of trigger_switch_d but it doesn't show up with gem search

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Pontus Strömdahl

08 Apr, 2010 09:19 AM

I pushed version 0.1.2 about an hour ago but it doesn't show up when I search for it from the command line. With earlier versions it was instantaneous.

pontus> gem search trigger_switch_d -r -u


trigger_switch_d (0.1.1)

Is there something I should be doing that I'm not doing?

ps. also I would like to perma delete version, there has been no downloads to I don't think there will be a problem deleting it


  1. 1 Posted by Pontus Strömdah... on 08 Apr, 2010 09:47 AM

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    the version is now 0.1.2



  2. Support Staff 2 Posted by Nick Quaranto on 10 Apr, 2010 12:07 AM

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    Hi there,

    The gem index should definitely update faster than an hour. I'm seeing your latest showing up now, I'm not sure exactly what the problem is there.

    As for deleting the gem, our policy is to only perma-delete gems that really need it, such as gems that may contain passwords, malicious/harmful code, etc. Yanking a gem effectively removes it from being found and will do the trick in 99% percent of situations. If there's a stronger reason to delete it please let me know.


  3. 3 Posted by Pontus Strömdah... on 10 Apr, 2010 02:30 PM

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    Thanks Nick,

    I think I jumped the gun a bit there since I'm used to it taking only a moment to process. I read the policy before about perma-delete, and I don't have a problem with it. I guess I feel a bit bad for leaving yunk in a public place.

    Again thanks for your time, you can close this if you want as I consider it closed.


  4. Nick Quaranto closed this discussion on 14 Apr, 2010 01:24 PM.

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