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Fix Conan inspect when remote.json is not created #6559

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@uilianries uilianries commented Feb 18, 2020

Changelog: Fix: inspect command can be executed without remote.json (#6558)
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fixes #6558

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@uilianries uilianries changed the title #6558 Reproduce inspect error #6558 Fix Conan inspect when remote.json is not created Feb 18, 2020
@uilianries uilianries changed the title #6558 Fix Conan inspect when remote.json is not created Fix Conan inspect when remote.json is not created Feb 18, 2020
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@memsharded memsharded merged commit 6f9ed25 into conan-io:develop Feb 18, 2020
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@luka-papez luka-papez commented Oct 22, 2021

Has this really been fixed? I am using 1.41.0 and trying to do:
conan inspect --raw version (on any conanfile)
which results in:
ERROR: Error loading conanfile at '/home/gradle/': No remote defined when remotes.json does not exits.

Its not a big deal as I can still get the version by simply grepping the conanfile, but just wanted to double check.

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