I have renamed the library I had published earlier and want to remove the library with the old name from the registry. I’ve tried unpublsihing all versions, but cannto do that to the older versions because they are more than 72 hours old.
Is there a way to totally remove a library from the registry, or mark it deprecated maybe?
Hello. I need to delete all my libraries from registry
because they were added manually. Now they are on GitHub with another username (and in Arduino library registry) and Platformio registry contains old versions, I will not update them manually.
Thank you! Problem was solved at half. I have all of my libraries hosted on github and added to Arduino registry. But one part of them is added to platformio manually and can’t update automatically. Second part - I didn’t add them, but they are in platformio registry! So two questions:
How do libraries from Arduino registry get to platformio registry? Is it fully automatic or must be initiated?
What can we do with manually added libs? They are “owner:gyverlibs” in search, part of them added from Arduino, another part is via platformio CLI “package publish” or so. Maybe just delete all of them and add again from Arduino registry…
Hello, I would like to completely delete libraries from Platformio registry.
Do I still have to manually write to you, Mr. @ivankravets, to request its removal?
I have not found any option to do so myself using the pio pkg command. That would be a lovely feature btw!
If there is no option to do so myself, please delete those two libraries:
hi i am using pio package command for unpublished a my own custom library wifi_led
it is unpublished but still display in platformio registry so any one help for complete delete my library in platformio registry
I was cleaning up my repositories and moved all my libraries to the new place.
But my libraries in the Platformio registry are still pointing to old repository.
Could you please update their repositories to use new location?