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From Steven Gill <>
Subject Re: 6.1.0 (cordova-lib@undefined) ?
Date Thu, 24 Mar 2016 16:11:21 GMT
Shoot! So I am checking this out at the airport.

So usually cordova-lib version is not supposed to show. It is for
development only and I find it very useful.

Looks like I made a mistake when publishing cordova-lib :(  I was doing
some tests to see what modules were being picked up when running npm pack.
I ended up not deleting those test files from cordova-lib directory and
they got included. I published the tag from the repo when I should have npm
published the tgz. My bad guys. It needs to get repackaged and published,
but with npm, only way to do that is to bump version. So 6.1.1. Sucks that
we have to vote for a repackage with no changes.

Sorry. Can someone do this?

On Mar 24, 2016 8:49 AM, "Carlos Santana" <> wrote:

> Why do we need to print the version of cordova-lib inside CLI ?
> $ cordova -v
> 6.1.0 (cordova-lib@undefined)
> I opened a JIRA [1]
> Do we want to remove the extra info of cordova-lib and only print the CLI
> version?
> cordova-lib is a npm dependency on cordova-cli like any of the other
> dependencies [2]
> Does someone using this extra info?
> Do we need to provide more info or less info or provide more info behind -d
> flag (i.e cordova -v -d)?
> [1]:
> [2]:

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