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Compose a core installation #96

faustbrian opened this Issue Dec 4, 2018 · 0 comments


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faustbrian commented Dec 4, 2018

Right now people just clone the whole repository which is mean to be used by developers which is non-sense for the average end-user.

All plugins need to be properly versioned using semver, use proper constraints and have changelogs in order to guarantee non-breaking releases. Once that is achieved we can change commander to compose a local installation of plugins that get pulled in via npm rather then giving users the actual source code.

Handing end-users the whole repository provides a big risk as they could pull in changes that are not officially released yet without even knowing they were not supposed to use that specific code yet.

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