I made a fork of a unmaintained package and decided to publish it with the fixes I did, since it had been dead from 2 years. I published the fork and then decided I wanted a new repo (giving proper credit), not a fork.
So I duplicated the repo, deleted the fork, and renamed the new repo to the fork’s name.
So the link to repo never changed, but now when publishing it says:
$ apm publish --tag v0.3.4 Publishing firstname.lastname@example.org ✗ Creating new version failed: Git tag not found
And I figured I would just delete the whole thing and re-publish it, but:
$ apm unpublish google Are you sure you want to unpublish google? (yes) yes Unpublishing google ✗ Unpublishing failed: Unauthorized
I did try
apm login again with no luck.
What can I do about it?