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updated my plugin, listing still showing old version

  • i uploaded a new version of my plugin by doing the following:

    – committing the new version to the trunk, with the readme.txt showing a new version as the stable tag
    – tagging my trunk as that new version, and committing the new tag

    now i can see my new tag in the repo, and i can see that the trunk’s readme.txt shows that version as stable, but the info box about my plugin still only shows the old version.

    how can i force a refresh?

    for reference, my plugin is http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wakoopa-widget/ the version showing is 0.1b, but the tag 0.2b exists in the repo.

    any help is appreciated!

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  • I do not believe you can force it, but it should happen soon.

    i read that it takes 15min to detect the change, but i uploaded the new stuff last night.

    3 days later, and my plugin is still showing 0.1b

    is there a way to send a message to a WP.org developer instead of posting to a forum and hoping somebody sees it?

    Is it possible the author forgot to bump the version number when he released it?

    the readme.txt in trunk shows 0.2b as the “stable tag”. i’m not aware of anything else needing to be done in order to change the “current version”

    http://svn.wp-plugins.org/wakoopa-widget/trunk/readme.txt

    In the plugin itself is the version number. That is what will be displayed, not what is in the readme file. On your local computer, open the plugin file, e.g. cool.php, with a text editor. You’ll see the info like author, plugin name, version, etc. at the beginning of the file.

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