Previously, users would need to use
bower to upload packages’ documentation. Uploading documentation is now handled by the PureScript Registry (still in alpha at the time of this writing). See the PureScript Registry repo for how to register and publish packages and their documentation. For more context, read the Discourse announcement, Registry Alpha Launched.
Package deprecation is a mechanism to tell the end users that your package is no longer supported. When package is marked as deprecated, its contents will not show up in search results on Pursuit (with the only exception of the package name itself). A package can be marked as deprecated by adding a special keyword
pursuit-deprecated to keywords section of
bower.json and publishing a new version of the package.
Pursuit can generate SVG badges for your packages, which you can put on your project’s homepage, or perhaps its GitHub readme.
The suggested markup for a badge is:
<a href="https://pursuit.purescript.org/packages/$PACKAGE_NAME"> <img src="https://pursuit.purescript.org/packages/$PACKAGE_NAME/badge" alt="$PACKAGE_NAME on Pursuit"> </img> </a>