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From Mark Koudritsky <>
Subject Re: --usegit / --usenpm
Date Fri, 25 Jul 2014 14:00:20 GMT
The last git message you copied (CB-7002) is the first commit after
branching off the last tools release at that time platforms were donwloaded
from git by default. The "usegit" commit came later. The corresponding
commit in cordova-lib is
71c380a CB-7100: Use npm based lazy-load by default

looks like you are using the lib at head, but the cli is one commit past
the last release branch off point.
The joys of managing two tightly coupled projects in two different git
repos ;)

But the missing Jira link is my bad, I'm trying to be stricter now about
creating Jira tickets for all significant commits. Speaking about Jira,
does anybody know why our Jira instance is so slow?

On Thu, Jul 24, 2014 at 6:16 PM, Josh Soref <> wrote:

> cordova-lib
> 55810360fe660276a1ab0d04382da633f9cf1290
> Added --usenpm but there's no JIRA in the commit message
> 71c380a53faa9130bd1c47a17b91789a04eb2654
> Replaced --usenpm with --usegit and included a JIRA (CB-7100), but in my
> testing it doesn't work
> I just get:
> $ (cd ~/Cordova/cordova-cli/; git log -1 --oneline .)
> fca3d2b CB-7002 Incremented package version to -dev
> $ ~/Cordova/cordova-cli/bin/cordova platform add ripple --usegit
> npm http GET
> npm http 404
> Unable to fetch platform ripple: Error: 404 Not Found: cordova-ripple
> If there's a dependency to some other change somewhere, I can't find it.
> I'm not actively trying to follow ripple work (it was just a lark), but I
> really don't like things swiveling on me in a way that I can't figure out
> by just reading commit messages / linked bugs.
> And I certainly don't like the fact that I can't figure out if my product
> would be totally broken if I updated.

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