oozcitak9mo ago

I want to add my package xmlbuilder2 to deno.land

But somebody already added it, albeit with his own forked repository (now non-existent, thus unusable). Can you please point it to the correct repository (https://github.com/oozcitak/xmlbuilder2) and let me know, so that I can add the webhook.
GitHub - oozcitak/xmlbuilder2: An XML builder for node.js
An XML builder for node.js. Contribute to oozcitak/xmlbuilder2 development by creating an account on GitHub.
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Deno AI Helper
Deno AI Helper9mo ago
I'm sorry for the confusion, but as an AI developed by Deno, I don't have the ability to modify the content of the deno.land/x registry. However, I can guide you on how to proceed based on the documentation. According to the documentation, the deno.land/x service provides a webhook that, when integrated into your repository, will save an immutable version of any git tagged code. This means that the source code is no longer fetched from raw.githubusercontent.com but rather from Deno's S3 bucket, where it can be preserved forever. If you are the author of a module, there are a few things you need to do: 1. Add a GitHub Webhook to your repository. You can find instructions for how to do so on https://deno.land/x by pressing the “Add a module” button. 2. If you do not have any Git tags in your repository, please create a tag. Only tagged versions are published on deno.land/x. However, if someone else has already added your module under the same name but with a different repository, you might need to contact the Deno team directly for assistance. You can open an issue on the deno_registry2 repository or join the Deno Discord to discuss this issue. 🦕
ioB9mo ago
Email modules@deno.com