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Upgrade -r should always return value, even when no upgrade available #153

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ferventcoder opened this Issue Mar 6, 2015 · 0 comments

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ferventcoder commented Mar 6, 2015

This is necessary for package managers to be able to detect latest version or not.

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@ferventcoder ferventcoder changed the title from Upgrade --noop -r should always return value, even when no upgrade available to Upgrade -r should always return value, even when no upgrade available Mar 6, 2015

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(GH-153) Upgrade -r should always return a value
When running `upgrade --noop -r`, a value should always return the
lastest version found, even if that is the version installed over the
version available.

ferventcoder added a commit that referenced this issue Mar 6, 2015

Merge branch 'stable'
* stable:
  (GH-153) Upgrade -r should always return a value
  (GH-141) Handle option w/surrounding apostrophes
  (maint) Correcting typos

@ferventcoder ferventcoder added Enhancement and removed Bug labels Mar 6, 2015

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