I made a new LibPack release that was used for this:
https://github.com/FreeCAD/FreeCAD-LibP ... es/tag/2.5
This LibPack will be the one used for all 0.20.x releases (if no issues arise).
Thanks. I documented this now:
I think flatpak is ok but the maintainer is working on upgrading occ to 7.6.2 + blobfish patches, which requires an upgrade of ifcopenshell too and was very tricky, you can see more here: https://github.com/flathub/org.freecadw ... AD/pull/77 if you can, test that ifcopenshell works well on the flatpak from the latest test build in that PR
I understand. Thanks a lot. Fortunately my problem solved with this solution:
I cannot reproduce this. I tested this before I upload any installer. I also update FreeCAD on all the machines I have access to by simply installing over an existing FC 0.19.adrianinsaval wrote: ↑Wed Jun 08, 2022 7:42 pm because I saw this: https://github.com/chocolatey-community ... ssues/1872 basically FreeCAD-0.19.4-WIN-x64-installer-2.exe doesn't want to install over an existing installation using FreeCAD-0.19.4-WIN-x64-installer-1.exe,
It's meant to be an unattended installation via script, how to proceed then, should it run an uninstaller first?uwestoehr wrote: ↑Wed Jun 08, 2022 11:19 pm I cannot reproduce this. I tested this before I upload any installer. I also update FreeCAD on all the machines I have access to by simply installing over an existing FC 0.19.
Of course there is a warning because installing over existing installations can cause issues. However, pressing Yes in the warning works to force the installation. If you have then issues, you know you must reinstall.
In a scripted installation, the default values will be taken for all dialogs. In this case it will be "No" and thus the installation won't be performed. This is OK, because as i wrote in rare cases there might be issues on overinstalling. Therefore for admins it is advised to uninstall then reinstall.