I’ve read the docs on
pio package. It seems there is a gotcha around versioning:
Once a package is published with a given name and version, that specific name and version combination can never be used again, even if it is removed with the [pio package unpublish](https://docs.platformio.org/en/latest/core/userguide/package/cmd_unpublish.html#cmd-package-unpublish) command.
Assume i have working, versioned code. I want to package & publish that code, using the same version number. It might take a few iterations before I’m happy with folder structures & examples, including how they are displayed in the registry. I definitely don’t want to ‘burn’ the existing version number associated with the code as I experiment/iterate.
Should I use dummy throwaway version numbers? Use a postfix tag on the library name? Is there a ‘test’ registry environment? Something else?
Is there a ‘how to’ guide on an iterative publishing workflow?