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Test upgrading mod with conflict on its own provides #2431

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commented Apr 27, 2018

#2430 added a test of the sanity checker to make sure that multiple versions of a mod that conflicts with its own identifier don't conflict with one another. This is a requirement for the way upgrades work.

However, users also reported the same problem for a slightly different scenario. A mod can also self-conflict if it both "provides" an identifier and "conflicts" with that same identifier. VesselMoverContinued and MechJeb2-RO suffer from this variant of the problem (they provide and conflict with VesselMover and MechJeb2, respectively). The actual fix covers both scenarios, but the test only checks conflicts with the identifier, so it's not inconceivable that some future change might break them separately and not be caught.

This pull request adds a test to catch this case.

@politas politas merged commit b381906 into KSP-CKAN:master Apr 28, 2018
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