I want to publish a fixed version of an existing package (since the original hasn’t moved for a long time). I forked the repo, fixed the code. I chose a new name (the same, with -fix at the end, it doesn’t exist yet).
Now, when I want to publish, I get this error:
Creating new version failed: Git tag not found
Actually I don’t know how to handle the version number: if I put
0.0.0 (what should be done when publishing a new package), then I guess
apm publish minor will try to publish a
0.1.0, but it already exists in the tags.
I also tried to run
apm publish --tag v0.13.3 to stick to the previous tags’ history, but to the same result.
How should I actually do?