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Wrong path for homebrews #182

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DavidOliM opened this Issue Jan 31, 2019 · 3 comments

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DavidOliM commented Jan 31, 2019

Describe the bug
The additional homebrew that comes with Kosmos are placed at the root of the "Switch" folder, while other homebrews are inside subfolders. When you download an update through HB Appstore those homebrews appear duplicated, and if you delete and use only the HB Appstore ones, they will be duplicated again when you update Kosmos.

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I mentioned it there and some people agreed it was annoying, but i think the maintainers didn't see it.

To Reproduce
Steps to reproduce the behavior:

  1. Install Kosmos
  2. Open HB Appstore
  3. Update a homebrew that came installed with Kosmos
  4. Go back to hbmenu and you should see it duplicated

Expected behavior
All preinstalled homebrews should come inside their respective folders.

Version (please complete the following information):
Release Version [e.g. v2.1, v7.1]: 11.9
Option [e.g. Hekate, ReiNX]: Hekate/Atmosphère
Firmware [e.g. 1.0, 4.1, 5.1]: 6.2.0

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tumGER commented Feb 1, 2019

but i think the maintainers didn't see it.

We did see it and agreed with you though

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DavidOliM commented Feb 1, 2019

Well, i didn't see it in the backlog. 🤷
In any case the issue is now filed here for future reference.

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tumGER commented Feb 12, 2019

Fixed in v11.9.1

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