I am running a software built on DO App Platform. I have two private github repos that I am installing on the app platform manually. The problem is, app platform does not recognize the changes made on my github packages. When I make a change in my local and update the version of the package, then push it to GitHub, I can see the new files on Github.com. But when I try to pip install or pip upgrade the packages on DO App Platform, it does not pull the new files. It updates the version (for example increases from 0.2.4 to 0.2.5) but the new files are not there. This happens either I made changes in the existing files content (whether it is .py file or .xlsx) or even if I add new files that weren’t there before. I tried installing it with --no-cache-dir as well but still the same result. The only solution I found is deleting the private repo entirely, then forcing a redeploy then re-installing it but this is not ideal.
I want to simply update the package as this is the entire point of having a github package, being able to easily implement updates. It is really strange because I can see the changes I made on Github.com, but app platform does not work properly and does something completely different than what is available on Github.com. It only updates the version of the package and doesn’t recognize the changes made.
Does anyone have any idea how to solve this?
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