Hm… so they are… very strange indeed!
Yeah, looks like unless you have a specific ‘odd’ project structure, the PlatformIO crawler would find the examples by default… whether they be old/new Arduino sketchs, or c/cpp files.
Well, this could be a problem… from how I’m reading the notes on deploying via GitHub, I would think it is pulling from the repo. Now, the catch is, “PlatformIO Library Registry Crawler will lookup for release tag named as value of version or with
v prefix (you do not need to pass this
v prefix to the version field).”
Now, with that in mind, since Ark-Cpp-Crypto is showing v0.2.0 on the PlatformIO registry, I checked the library.json tagged under v0.2.0 on github… er… the examples line there is the old one, as it didn’t make it into v0.2.0. Well, that ain’t confusing much… with the platformIO registry showing the current manifest and apparently the examples from the last released version? Or an I just overthinking this?