Cannot publish: Repository not found


#1

I was trying to publish update for my previously created package (available in Atom packages).
However the following error occurred:

vpacik@dhcp0ad: language-root (master) $ apm publish major
Preparing and tagging a new version ✓
Pushing v1.0.0 tag Username for 'https://github.com': vpacik
Password for 'https://vpacik@github.com': 
✗
remote: Repository not found.
fatal: repository 'https://github.com/atom/language-root/' not found

Even though the package has been registered (and downloaded before via apm), it seems that it lacks the corresponding https://github.com/atom/language-root/ repository.

I have encountered various issues related to missing git tag, but none to missing repository.
Do you have any ideas what could go wrong and how to potentially fix it?


#2

An atom/... repository is one owned by Atom. Community packages will be under their respective owner’s name. (I notice you changed it from what it should have been 2 hours ago).

You may be mistaking this with the package repository https://atom.io/packages, which does keep a version of the published package (like the one you linked to).


#3

Thank you for pointing this out to me. That was a silly artefact of transferring the code to newly Atom-generated grammar package. It’s been fixed and the new version is successfully out now.

And by the way, thank you for the your extensive guide on grammars!