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[Solved] 20183.b3 - Missing package manager

Discussion in '2018.3 Beta' started by pointcache, Sep 29, 2018.

  1. pointcache


    Sep 22, 2012
    After i updated project from 2018.2.9 to 2018.3.b3

    1. Compiler errors in packages.
    2. Look for package manager to update/remove the packages
    3. No package manager anywhere
    4. Ok manually remove the offending package (post, srpcore, hdrp)
    5. Now im getting compiler errors because my project is refering to those packages.

    As you can see its impossible to fix this project because your package manager is a package itself. When i was tinkering with code generation years ago i stumbled upon this issue when you generate something and its broken, throws compiler error, or breaks something, you are stuck as the code generator CANT work anymore as compillation is broken. This is the same exact issue, because the package manager is relying on compillation itself, if the project was broken for any reason it cant compile and thus you are stuck.


    I created new project, downloaded the updated packages there and copied them over to my project. Unity is incapable of recognizing them, even tho all the files are there ready to be compiled.

    0. Delete packages from your project
    1. Create new project
    2. Download all the updated packages
    3. Copy their cache folders to your project
    4. Copy Packages/manifest to your project
    Last edited: Sep 29, 2018
  2. okcompute_unity


    Unity Technologies

    Jan 16, 2017
    Hi @pointcache

    Thank you for taking the time to report this issue. We are aware of this problem and we are actively working on providing a solution.


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