Thanks for your feedback, Greg.
I agree that looks odd. A package was supposed to support multiple version first, and now wants the user can only install one version.
Maybe removing the version# in the installation path is the best solution to implement the only one instance limitation.
From: Greg Swift [mailto:gregswift@xxxxxxxxx]
On Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 9:55 PM, Greg Swift <gregswift@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
d) if your weren't using a versioned directory the -i would break because the filename would be the same, and thus the packages would conflict.
So I'd like to retract this. in your case it doesn't happen. Its seems to only care about binaries and libraries? not sure what the logic on that is.
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