[plt-scheme] require planet packages, latest version?

From: Hans Oesterholt-Dijkema (hdnews at gawab.com)
Date: Mon Apr 30 15:06:46 EDT 2007

Yes, I know,

But, if I delete the package cache (or do something linke planet -u),
still package versions are loaded from planet. What should I expect
right after uploading a new version?


Robby Findler schreef:
> No, it doesn't quite work like that. PLaneT gives you the latest
> package UNLESS you've already loaded an earlier verion with a
> particular file, in which case it will leave things along. The idea:
> no magic upgrades (which are bad idea). You have to ask specifically.
> To get the new version, change the require line to 1 1 (or clear the
> linkage table).
> See also the planet docs or the scheme workshop paper for more 
> information.
> Robby
> On 4/30/07, Hans Oesterholt-Dijkema <hdnews at gawab.com> wrote:
>> L.S.,
>> When I require planet packages, I see that I don't get the
>> last updated version of certain packages, while requiring them:
>> (require (planet "sutil.scm" ("oesterholt" "ho-utils.plt" 1 0)))
>> delivers version 1 0 instead of the last upload: 1 1
>> I thought planet would download latest package?!
>> --Hans
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