Hello all!I've set up a webhook for a userscript. The code is hosted on Github.The problem is that after I'm creating a new release the script doesn't update on GreasyFork.From the Github log, the webhook runs on every deployment but I'm getting a response from GreasyFork "No scripts found for this release."The repo on Github contains 3 files:- README.md- LICENSE- index.user.jsI couldn't find a recommended file structure for GreasyFork.Any help on that?
See this https://github.com/JasonBarnabe/greasyfork/issues/1211#issuecomment-1826291455
Note that Greasy Fork only capture modified rather than created files.
For aliyundrive-rename, there is already a file in dist. When there is a new release, it will update the dist file automatically. (modified)
For Ex124OJ, it uses no file (master branch) + two commits to make the modified event for every update.
For Tabview-Youtube, it uses placeholder file (master branch) + one commit to make the modified event for every update.
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