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fix(restart-notification): undefined latestVersion #1057

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FalkF commented Apr 2, 2018

Description of the Change

When installing a package from git url this bug occurs on the first update.
The second update shouldn't be affected because the package gets convertet from git style to normal as part of the update.

This PR makes the code for the detail message more robust and adds sha's for git packages:


closes: #1056

To reproduce the bug reset a git package:

  1. apm install thomaslindstrom/color-picker
  2. cd ~/.atom/packages/color-picker
  3. g stash
  4. g reset --hard a296114f3d0deec519a41f4c62e7fc56075b7f01
  5. g stash pop
  6. replace the sha in package.json

Btw. what is the point of having git packages in the first place, when we convert them after the first update?


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lee-dohm commented Apr 10, 2018

Would it be possible for you to add some tests around this functionality? At least the bits that generate the various strings for display?

FalkF added some commits Apr 12, 2018

@FalkF FalkF force-pushed the FalkF:1056-fix-undefined-latestVersion branch from 8229639 to 343bc36 Apr 12, 2018

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50Wliu commented Dec 12, 2018

Hmm, Appveyor failure looks real.

@50Wliu 50Wliu merged commit 93622c0 into atom:master Dec 12, 2018

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