Deploying to Github doesn't update the releases section

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23 Jun, 2020 03:04 PM

Hy there I've bee successfully managed to add a deployment section to my yaml file to depoly on github release. The problem is that even if the deployment succeeds nothing shows up on my github repo in the releases section..

I thought it might be a matter of time, so that the artifacts get uploaded to github, but after more than 2 days nothing has been released on my GitHub Repo.

The weirdest part is that nothing failes on the appveyor build (or at least no error are reported).

Am I doing something wrong?


## .. more ..
- path: '**/*Setup.exe'
  name: installer

deploy: - provider: GitHub auth_token: secure: # My encripted github token release: Ember-v%RELEASE_VERSION%.$(appveyor_build_version) description: 'Beta release of Ember editor v$(appveyor_build_version)' # github automatically does source zip/tarball for us artifact: installer draft: true prerelease: true on: branch: procedural_generation # release from master branch only configuration: Release appveyor_repo_tag: false # deploy on tag push only


[00:05:49] Deploying using GitHub provider
[00:05:49] Creating "Ember-v0." release for repository "L4ZZA/pyro" tag "Ember-v0." commit "81e0bad601d9aff83b911a3423eec87f5d08aca7"...OK
[00:05:50] Uploading "EmberSetup.exe" to release assets...OK
  1. Support Staff 1 Posted by Feodor Fitsner on 23 Jun, 2020 11:46 PM

    Feodor Fitsner's Avatar

    That's indeed looks weird, no releases at all (unless there were deleted after successful deployment?):

    AppVeyor doesn't swallow any exceptions believe me - you should see an exception if it goes wrong.

    Have you tried adding a release with GitHub API directly:

  2. 2 Posted by L4ZZA on 24 Jun, 2020 08:11 AM

    L4ZZA's Avatar

    It wasn't showing up until I set draft to false and back to true again.. I'm not sure what the issue was.. thanks anyway.

  3. L4ZZA closed this discussion on 24 Jun, 2020 08:49 AM.

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