I want to Say that you have to providing the feature for uploading the modified version( not to change the version) in vanilla.
What are we talking about here? The Addons section?
if I want to modified the add-on code then i have change the version then I upload the Add-on , there in no way to upload the same version Add-on.
I think there is a difference in the semantic concept on what version means.
if you modify code - the version needs to change otherwise no one will be able to distinguish the difference. - which renders the use of version numbers as useless.
I may not provide the completed solution you might desire, but I do try to provide honest suggestions to help you solve your issue.
Or perhas @versha wants to dominate the addons area with lots n lots of same named , same version plugins... Its a striking concept
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Versha - you have already created duplicate plugins - one of which had to be removed.
And I believe you have also created under a different username http://vanillaforums.org/addon/sociallogin-plugin
correct me if I am wrong.
@ peregrine yes you are right. but if i want to modified ,not change the version. there is no way for it.
@peregrine thank you for delete that plugin.
we are on a different logical spectrum or there is a translation problem.
so you are creating plugins under diifferent usernames and creating duplicate plugins so you don't have to change the version number. I leave that to you and Todd to sort out .
I want to update the plugin without change the version.
It makes no sense. Why are you "hung up" on this.
@versha no disrespect but you have your knickers in a twist.
Vanilla has a RC. Number , release candidate. So an addon can be for rc . 220.127.116.11 you may create a plugin for that RC, but in the about me you give your plugin a version number, lets say 1.
Then when you want to update, you change that version number to 2 and reupload your new version which gets added chronologically before version 1
$PluginInfo['YouDecipheredIt422'] = array(
'Version' => '1.0', // this has to be changed to upload
'RequiredApplications' => array('Vanilla' => '>=2.0.18') //this doesn't have to change to upload
one is called 'Version' and the other is called 'RequiredApplications'
Thats the one cheers @peregrine.