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Version in PackageManager seems not to match version in manifest?

Discussion in 'Physics for ECS' started by MNNoxMortem, Oct 26, 2020.

  1. MNNoxMortem

    MNNoxMortem

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    Is this intended?
    upload_2020-10-26_19-27-26.png
    vs
    upload_2020-10-26_19-27-44.png
     
  2. petarmHavok

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    Which manifest is this?
     
  3. MNNoxMortem

    MNNoxMortem

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    The manifest.json of my main project. I am not sure what you are asking for. It is the manifest of the project I have added the package manager screenshot from.
     
  4. rz_0lento

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    Just to make sure, are you certain you are looking at the same projects manifest?

    Additionally, did you refresh the view on notepad++ so you are not looking at some older cache of that file? I ask because it's not only physics package on your manifest that has a different version.
     
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  5. MNNoxMortem

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    The question is absolutely valid, but what should I say, re-opened it in atom to compare:
    upload_2020-11-1_22-49-30.png
    I thought the manifest is the true source of versions to be loaded? The package-lock shows that the versioning is maybe out of date as unity.physics is loaded via havok dependeny:
    upload_2020-11-1_22-50-37.png
    however, even the root level package looks correct to me:
    upload_2020-11-1_22-51-13.png

    I only created this thread as I would expect that the manifest.json version is in sync, but maybe it does not need to be.
     
    Last edited: Nov 1, 2020
  6. petarmHavok

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    Yeah, sorry, I completely misunderstood what you were saying. It is possible that packages pull in higher dependencies of other packages than stated in the manifest, and that happens exactly like this. I know it's not ideal, thanks for pointing it out!
     
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