Removing an accidentaly published plugin


(Kuldeep Ghogre) #21

Hi @Francois_Guillot,

Thanks for deleting the versions. I will push the other versions, not a problem at all.

Thanks and Regards
Kuldeep


(Shipkin) #22

Hi @Francois_Guillot,

can you please delete version 1.0.0 of in.shipk.plugin

Thank you.

(would really be useful to be able to do it ourselves from a plugin task or from the website).


(François Guillot) #23

Hi @tgern

I deleted version 1.0.0 of in.shipk.plugin

Cheers,
François


(Illia Chtchoma) #24

Hi!

I accidentally used wrong description in pluginBundle section. Could you please change it from ‘Plugins for Gradle by voplex95’ to ‘Lightweight LESS to CSS compiler plugin’

My plugin id is ‘com.github.voplex95.lesscompiler’

Thanks!


(François Guillot) #25

@voplex95

Done

François


(Raquel Pau) #26

I have also uploaded an undesired information of a plugin

https://plugins.gradle.org/plugin/org.walkmod.gradle-walkmod-plugin

Could you remove it?

Thanks


(Craig Atkinson) #27

Sure, I removed your plugin.

-Craig


(Dmitry Jemerov) #28

@Francois_Guillot @craigatk
Could you please remove the org.jetbrains.kotlin.jvm, org.jetbrains.kotlin.android, org.jetbrains.kotlin.kapt and org.jetbrains.kotlin.android.extensions plugins (4 total)? These have been published with wrong dependency information.


(Craig Atkinson) #29

@kotlin

Sure, I removed those 4 plugins.

-Craig


(Dmitry Jemerov) #30

@craigatk, Sorry, but could you please remove them again? The dependency was broken again, but it should be fixed next time. Remove only those four, version 1.1.1.

UPD: Thank you very much, and sorry for bothering you!


(Craig Atkinson) #31

@kotlin No problem, I deleted version 1.1.1 of those plugins again.


(Markus Amshove) #32

Hello @craigatk ,

I’ve also accidently released a version I didn’t mean to (left a SNAPSHOT in the verison).

Could you delete https://plugins.gradle.org/plugin/net.ossindex.audit 1.0-SNAPSHOT?

Thanks a lot!


(Jon Schneider) #33

Hi!

Could you please also delete https://plugins.gradle.org/plugin/spring.rewrite. We are going to publish it under a slightly different name.

Thanks!
Jon


(Dmitry Jemerov) #34

Hi,

Could you please delete the plugins we published for testing purposes? They are undesirably shown as the latest version because the version is lexicographically greater than the release one:

Version 1.1.2-test-2 of these plugins:

  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.jvm
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.kapt
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.android
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.android.extensions
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.plugin.allopen
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.plugin.spring
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.plugin.noarg
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.plugin.jpa

And version 1.1.2-test-1 of these plugins:

  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.jvm
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.kapt
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.android
  • org.jetbrains.kotlin.android.extensions

Thank you!


(Rus) #35

@jkschneider

That plugin should now be removed.

-Rus


(Rus) #36

@kotlin

This should all be done now.

-Rus


(Rus) #37

@MarkusAmshove

Done.

-Rus


(Kevin Brightwell) #38

Hi,

Could you please remove: net.navatwo.assertj.generator.gradle.plugin. We’ve decided to use a different identifier.

Edit: We would like to transfer the org.assertj.generator.gradle.plugin to another name. Is there a way to do this or should we just recreate it?

Thank you!

Kevin


(François Guillot) #39

Hi @Nava2

I’ve deleted all traces of net.navatwo.assertj.generator.gradle.plugin.

Regarding org.assertj.generator.gradle.plugin, we don’t modify this kind of data on published plugins. Coud you please recreate it, and confirm if I should delete all traces of org.assertj.generator.gradle.plugin?

Thanks,

François


(Kevin Brightwell) #40

Hi @Francois_Guillot,

It appears as though we can not recreate the plugin without first having it deleted. The only way to create the plugin is to “publish” via the gradle plugin, right?

Given the previous, could you please delete the org.assertj.generator.gradle.plugin?

Thanks!

Kevin