Re: Error When trying to update from the last git to version 1.4 rc2

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Re: Error When trying to update from the last git to version 1.4 rc2

A.L.E.C
On 9/17/19 11:00 PM, Fabián Burbano Gutiérrez wrote:
> Dear:
>
> When trying to update from the last git to version 1.4 rc2, I get this message:
>
> ERROR: Target installation already in version 1.4-git.
>
> I don't know if it's the expected behavior and an update is impossible in that scenario.
> Maybe I should install from scratch? Or maybe I should report an incident?

This is expected. It prevents users from doing a mistake. I guess we could add --force
option to the script to pass that version check, but I think this case is rare.

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Re: Error When trying to update from the last git to version 1.4 rc2

Fabián Burbano Gutiérrez

Thanks Alec.


For now I will continue in git master, when the stable version comes out I will have to change using an Updating manually.

Yes it would be a good option for the script to allow the force option.

A hug

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El 2019-09-18 01:01, A.L.E.C escribió:

On 9/17/19 11:00 PM, Fabián Burbano Gutiérrez wrote:
Dear:

When trying to update from the last git to version 1.4 rc2, I get this message:

ERROR: Target installation already in version 1.4-git.

I don't know if it's the expected behavior and an update is impossible in that scenario.
Maybe I should install from scratch? Or maybe I should report an incident?

This is expected. It prevents users from doing a mistake. I guess we could add --force
option to the script to pass that version check, but I think this case is rare.

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