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I've updated my plugin and I can see the updated text on the plugin page but I don't see any of the screenshots or header image. Is it possible that the cache will move the image files over later? Or did I do something syntactically wrong so they are not showing up?

FYI I did run my readme file through the WordPress readme file validator.

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Typically any plugin changes take 15minutes to be reflected on the plugin's pages in the repo.

Did you upload the screenshots and header image to the /assets/ folder of the repo?

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Looks like your /assets/ folder is in the wrong place. The /assets/ folder should be in the root of your plugin repo, in the same directory as your /branches/, /tags/ and /trunk/ folders. –  Rachel Baker Sep 22 '12 at 2:58
    
Thanks for the heads up. It looks like the bash svn-deployment script I found doesn't work very well. I suppose I'll either have to tweak the script or look into git-svn. –  BFTrick Sep 22 '12 at 3:25
    
I'll contact the author of the svn-deployment script: thereforei.am/2011/04/21/… –  BFTrick Sep 22 '12 at 3:32
    
No problem. You can also put the screenshot files in your latest tag's root folder. –  Rachel Baker Sep 22 '12 at 3:32
    
Hmm, I'm having some trouble modifying the deployment script. Lines 75-78. I'm guessing I'm forgetting some sort of commit? –  BFTrick Sep 22 '12 at 18:34
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