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RantGitHub Security warnings, so esoteric Pin
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I've had this issue with NuGet, which does a hard check for the installed version.
I've had this package that required a dependency to be version 1.x at most and another package that required the same dependency to be at least version 2.
Ergo, my project wouldn't build Sigh | :sigh:
For some reason that only happened once or twice, you'd think that happens more often.
Luckily, most packages don't specify a maximum version (and they shouldn't, use at own risk!) and a lot are backwards compatible too.

npm is a nightmare in that respect.
You get literally hundreds of packages, rarely the latest and you don't know what depends on it Dead | X|
Backwards compatibility is also hard to verify because there's no type checking or anything.

On an unrelated note, if you need LINQ or proper collection types in JavaScript without any further dependencies, check out arrgh.js (see my sig) Big Grin | :-D

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