So Reactist is configured to automatically build & publish an npm package when a new Github release is made. Over last week, I made a couple of releases, and both times I screwed up the build initially because I didn’t have everything necessary for a successful build in
dev. It’s a bit tricky to re-trigger the Github action again for the build, as a re-trigger will just rebuild from the same (old) Git commit. Here’s what you have to do instead:
- Delete the tag using:
git tag --delete name&&
git push --delete origin 4.0.1
- Now, refresh the releases page, and you’ll notice that the earlier release will now be marked as a Draft Release.
- Delete that release, and make a new release with the similar information, and make sure to create the same tag.
- Now, the GitHub Action will run again, and will hopefully succeed. It does leave some orphan builds in your GitHub Actions list, but that’s not a big deal!