greg(a)alphatech.com (Greg Klanderman) writes:
However, I'd like it to be the case that you get the error on
the package update stuff (pui-list-packages, etc) rather than later
when you go to update a package.
Then it should not be an error in my case. Often I do just want to
look at the installed versions and there is no need to go the net for
that? Note the "List" part of "List & Install"
Maybe we should change `pui-toggle-package' to warn in this case.
And a add package-get-require-base with a "force-current = t" argument
to it too. Additionally one can add a warning and an "Update" button
to the top the *Packages* buffer.
Note that the
current package-get code does correctly first try to fetch the latest
version if the package-get-remote has since become non-nil.