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Sublime 2.0.1 on Linux 64-bit thinks it's 2.0

Postby LarryHastings on Sun Sep 02, 2012 5:25 pm

I'm using Sublime Text on Linux 64-bit. If I download and install Sublime Text 2.0.1 for Linux 64-bit (md5sum of the tar.bz is bd816d93239a0af9ade257b2a9dcf8d2), every time I start Sublime Text it prompts with "A new version of Sublime Text 2 is available, download now?" If I open the "Help | About Sublime Text 2" dialog, it says that Sublime Text is version 2.0.

Could you please issue a new tarball with a real version 2.0.1 inside? Or issue a 2.0.2, or something. Anything to get it to stop prompting me.


/arry
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Re: Sublime 2.0.1 on Linux 64-bit thinks it's 2.0

Postby madnomad on Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:23 am

LarryHastings wrote:I'm using Sublime Text on Linux 64-bit. If I download and install Sublime Text 2.0.1 for Linux 64-bit (md5sum of the tar.bz is bd816d93239a0af9ade257b2a9dcf8d2), every time I start Sublime Text it prompts with "A new version of Sublime Text 2 is available, download now?" If I open the "Help | About Sublime Text 2" dialog, it says that Sublime Text is version 2.0.

Could you please issue a new tarball with a real version 2.0.1 inside? Or issue a 2.0.2, or something. Anything to get it to stop prompting me.


/arry


There's nothing wrong with that tarball. I'm using it myself on Ubuntu and it's v2.0.1 build 2217.
The issue is on your side.
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Re: Sublime 2.0.1 on Linux 64-bit thinks it's 2.0

Postby LarryHastings on Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:39 pm

So it is! Ah, none are so blind as they who will not see.
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