[MonoDevelop] "Build Error" on addins.monodevelop.com :(

Joshua Granick bulkmail at joshuagranick.com
Sun Apr 8 15:34:20 UTC 2012

I realized last night that I should have used the version of MonoDevelop,  
not my addin.

Now it is in "Pending" status. Is every release manually approved by  
someone, or just the first?

On Sat, 07 Apr 2012 23:44:34 -0700, Joshua Granick  
<bulkmail at joshuagranick.com> wrote:

> Hi!
> I'm happy to announce that the first fruits of "FlashDevelop-like
> functionality", the Haxe language binding, is good enough now to put it  
> to
> use. You can create projects for NME (www.haxenme.org), receive standard
> syntax highlighting, build and run your projects, and even receive code
> completion.
> There are many ways this can continue improve, but I wanted to submit it
> to the MonoDevelop repositories to make it simpler for people to give it  
> a
> whirl. I've followed the directions listed on this page...
> 	http://monodevelop.com/Developers/Articles/Publishing_an_Addin
> ...and I have created a project, linked it to git and have been trying to
> get it to build properly. Unfortunately all I get is "Build Error" on the
> page, and this is what I see in the log:
> 	Fetching Source
> 	> git fetch origin
> 	Building Solution
> 	Application release 0.1 not found.
> ...and I'm not really sure what to do with that. I've confirmed that my
> addin-project.xml, solution and addin.xml all reference 0.1 as the  
> version
> name. Why is it not finding it? The paths should be correct. Here are the
> values I'm using for my project right now:
> 	System: GIT
> 	URL: git://github.com/jgranick/md-haxebinding.git
> 	Directory:
> 	Tags: *
> 	Branches: master	
> What do you think is wrong? Why am I getting this error?
> Thank you so much for your help!
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