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Recurring problem: my library update from github does not show up on PlatformIO

I see other people having the same problem, but no solution yet, other than to post here…

I registered my library several days ago, and after integrating a pull request from @ivankravets regarding the manifest it showed up here. Great!

I did several releases on the lib since then, >= 3 days ago.
See here:
These updates on github are not reflected in the library manager:

pio lib show 2869
#ID: 2869
Arduino Library for ams (taos) luminance chip Tsl2561 with autogain

Version: 2.0.1, released Thu Feb 15 18:23:47 2018

d668ce8da7, released Sun Feb 11 00:34:05 2018
2.0.1, released Thu Feb 15 18:23:47 2018

Maybe it is related to the weird first version tag? I don’t mind it being removed.
Would be great if there is a notification with some kind of error log to the lib owner in such cases.

Not in a hurry though, just want a great tool get even better :slight_smile:

Just got a little more weird:

Versions listed on PlatformIO still end at 2.0.1, but Manifest page already has it correct:

“name”: “Joba_Tsl2561”,
“version”: “2.0.4”,


Sorry, we found a bug in our Library Crawler which “froze” updates queue :frowning:
Now all should work.

Thanks - it worked :slight_smile:

Please can you update Mysensors (ID 548). Version is shown as 2.2.0 but in fact it’s 2.2.0-rc2 and not final release.
And if you can add developement branch.
Thank you

That was the issue with the library maintainers. They forgot to update version. The source files of the library were actual. Nevertheless, I’ve just updated that library. Now all manifests are up to date.

Same problem with this library: it does not update.
But file is set, and the owner published a release.

What can i do to get this library updated on platformio registry?

author=Lewis He
maintainer=Lewis He <>
sentence=Arduino library for X-Power AXP202 chip
paragraph=Arduino library for X-Power AXP202 chip. Tested with ESP32

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