SiteHook is a RubyGem that is used to pull jekyll blogs and build them as a intermediary between a git service webhook and a production server.
- Any version number in #.#.z is to be considered a development or patch/bug release.
- These are released often, almost every other day or more than once in a day.
- Consider these unstable
- Only use them if trying to help develop site_hook
- Any version number in #.y.0 is to be considered a beta release
- these are few and far between
- released when big changes are added
- but haven’t been tested much
- or have been tested but am unsure on other factors.
- These may be considered stable for the most part, but may have freak bugs
- Any version number in x.0.0 is a major release.
- As of 03/Oct/2018, there has been no major releases, due to site_hook currently not being totally x.0.0 release worthy.
- once all bugs pertaining to the current minor.patch version have been fixed or features added, then there may be a x.0.0 release.
NOTE: With a development release, when submitting a issue/bug report, please include the version number in your issue title.
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