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v1.0 is removed from npm? #408

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beeplin opened this Issue Jan 26, 2017 · 6 comments

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beeplin commented Jan 26, 2017

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eddyystop commented Jan 26, 2017

We did not expect people to start using v1 in production when it was still a release candidate. We'll find a way to prevent this in the future.

The result is the channels are heavy with questions.

We've decided to return npm to v0.7 to stop more people going down the v1 route by default.

v1 is stable. ekryski is working on freeing up time to finish permissions and docs. Keep using v1 if you're happy with it. It will be returned to npm shortly.

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marshallswain commented Jan 26, 2017

You can still install it from npm using the version number. It's just no longer the default, for a little while.

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daffl commented Jan 26, 2017

Wbat @eddyystop said. You can always install 1.x with

npm install feathers-authentication@pre

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npm install feathers-authentication@^1.0.2

And any ^1.0 dependency in the package.json.

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beeplin commented Jan 26, 2017

got it, thanks, guys~ lookibg forward to the final permissions and docs.

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jcyh0120 commented Feb 9, 2017

I had I question about version. It seems the code on github is different from the code from npm with the same version tag. Is it because the package delivered to npm was compiled by babel?

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marshallswain commented Feb 9, 2017

@jcyh0120 yep, it's pre-compiled.

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