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From Martin Gonzalez <>
Subject Re: CLI breaking changes on master
Date Thu, 31 Jul 2014 18:33:53 GMT
Yes, you are right, linking it with the latest cordova-lib in master works
pretty fine. I think that the master branch should be working stable and
working just typing "npm install", it just seems like an extra burden, get
to clone cordova-lib, then install it, then link it to the CLI node modules.

Well even so, the package.json on the CLI points to a cordova-lib that it
may not be fully compatible with CLI on master.
In that case, it would be better remove cordova-lib dependency from the
package.json, to force to get the right cordova-lib, install it and link
it, in order to make it work.
Have you consider that work in a different branch and publish into master,
only when the proper and fully compatible "cordova-lib" is released to npm,
and available to use?

2014-07-31 12:25 GMT-05:00 Josh Soref <>:

> That's just because ‎you didn't link cordova-lib into the cordova-cli
> node-modules directory.
> A bug was filed today to fix the mobile spec create script to tell you
> what to do.
> Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.

Martin Gonzalez

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