You can help people understand and use your package by providing a description and other details like installation and usage instructions on the package page. GitHub provides metadata for each version, such as the publication date, download activity, and recent versions. For an example package page, see @Codertocat/hello-world-npm.
Puedes publicar paquetes en un repositorio público (paquetes públicos) para compartir con todo GitHub, o en un repositorio privado (paquetes privados) para compartirlos con colaboradores o con una organización. A repository can contain more than one package. To prevent confusion, make sure the README and description clearly provide information about each package.
If a new version of a package fixes a security vulnerability, you should publish a security advisory in your repository. GitHub reviews each published security advisory and may use it to send Alertas del Dependabot de GitHub to affected repositories. For more information, see "About GitHub Security Advisories."
You can publish a package to Paquetes de GitHub using any supported package client by following the same general guidelines.
- Create or use an existing access token with the appropriate scopes for the task you want to accomplish. For more information, see "About Paquetes de GitHub."
- Authenticate to Paquetes de GitHub using your access token and the instructions for your package client.
- Publish the package using the instructions for your package client.
For instructions specific to your package client, see "Using Paquetes de GitHub with your project's ecosystem."
After you publish a package, you can view the package on GitHub. For more information, see “Viewing packages.”