OPAM 1.2.2 Released

Authors: Louis Gesbert
Date: 2015-05-07
Category: Tooling
Tags: opam



OPAM 1.2.2 has just been released. This fixes a few issues over 1.2.1 and brings a couple of improvements, in particular better use of the solver to keep the installation as up-to-date as possible even when the latest version of a package can not be installed.

Upgrade from 1.2.1 (or earlier)

See the normal installation instructions: you should generally pick up the packages from the same origin as you did for the last version -- possibly switching from the official repository packages to the ones we provide for your distribution, in case the former are lagging behind.

There are no changes in repository format, and you can roll back to earlier versions in the 1.2 branch if needed.

Improvements

Fixes

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